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The World of Women FRIDAY, JUNE 18,1965. Reception Will Honor Priest A reception will be held at St. Ambrose Parish Hall Tuesday, June 22, from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. for the Rev. Robert Matchett, who will be leaving St. Ambrose Parish next week. This reception is a parish affair and everyone is invited. Lunch will be served. Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. Carl Swedberg and children, Carl and Lu Ann, will return to their home at Marshfield, this weekend after spending a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Flink, Hurley, and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Swedberg is the former Louise Gabas of Ironwood. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Templer and sons, Charles, Richard and Joseph, have left for California to visit her sisters. Mrs. David Page and Mrs. Anton DeSantis, and their families for three weeks. They will also visit other relatives and friends. Mrs. Robert Kovacevich, Suffolk Street, has returned from Fargo, N. D., where she attended the funeral of her brother, LeVern Denis, who died June 8. To Be Honored With Reception The Christ the King Alt a r Society, Ramsay, will host a reception in honor of the Rev. Louis C. Cappo, pastor at Ramsay 13 years, Sunday night from 7 to 10:30 in the church hall. A special invitation is extended to all of Father Cappo's friends and associates in Gogebic and Ontonagon Counties. Father Cappo was ordained in 1946 .at St. John's Cathed r a 1, Milwaukee. His first assignment was St. John's Parish, Ishpeming; in 1947 he became chap- plain of St. Joseph Hospital, Hancock. From 1947 to 1952 he served parishes at St. Ignatius, St. Ignace; St. Ann's, Escanaba, and as assistant at Immaculate Conception Church, Wakefield. In 1952 he became pastor of Christ the King Church, Ramsay, and since that time has ENGAGED—Mrs. Toivo Mattson, Bruce Crossing-, announces the engagement of her daughter, Donna Mae, to Robert Anttila, son of Mrs. Emil Anttila, Ontonagon. An August wedding is being planned. The Mature Parent built its present church, which is without deft. Father Cappo has shown an interest in the people's temporal welfare, as well as carrying out Sharon L. Boleau, R. Rintamaki Wed WAKEFIELD — The W a k e- field Methodist Church was the setting for a beautiful June wedding Saturday at 2 p.m. when Miss Sharon Lee Bol e a u, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Swanson, Lakeshore Drive, exchanged vows with Roger L. Rintamaki, Kenosha,'Wis., son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Rirtamaki, Lepisto Avenue. The Rev. James Lumsden officl a t e d at the nuptial rites. The bride, given in marriage by her father, chose a floor length gown featuring a bas q u e bodice of delicate rose patterned Chantilly lace, with scalloped Sabrina neckline re-embroidered with opalescent sequins, as was the bouffant skirt which fell gracefully into a chapel train. The long sleeves ended in lily points over her wrists. The tiered veil of pure silk Illusion was secured to a coronet of lace and seed pearls, and she carried a cascade bouquet of pink roses and white mums with satin streamers tied to pink rose buds and ivy. Attending as matron of honor was her sister, Mrs. Andy Stein. The bridesmaids were Miss TRIM WITH BRAID — A sunburst trim of lovely braid is the focal point of a youthful sjieath that is simple sewing for beginner or export. No. 8223 With PATT-O-RAMA is in sizes, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Bust 31 to 40. Size 14, 32 bust sleeveless, 2% yards of 35 or 39- inch. To order, send 50c in coins to: Sue Burnett, Ironwood Daily Globe, 407 S. Wacker Drive Chicago, 111. 60607 For Ist-class mailing add lOc tor each pattern. Print name, address with zip code, style No. and size. Send 50c today for the/Spring & summer '65 issue o! Basic Fashion—our complete pattern magazine. Top Notch 4-H Club Officers Are Listed The Top Notch 4-H Club held Hs organization meeting at the home of the leader, Mrs. Toivo Kivi. The following officers were elected: President, Laura Liimakka; vice president, Linda Kivi; secretary, Christine Kivi; treasurer, Virginia Kivi; reporter, Louise Liimakka; lunch chairman, Darla Lahti; recreation, Sandy Korpela and Christine Peterson. Projects for the year were selected by each member Laura Liimakka will be junior leader for the cooking class and dairy. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Kivi, Ironwood Township, Wednesday night, June 23, at 7. Church Events Ontonagon — Siloa Lutheran. The Esther Circle will have a meeting Saturday at 2:30 p.m. in the church parlors. 4 Hurley Students Are at Music Camp Four J. E. Murphy High School music students are attending the Senior Session of the Stevens Point Music Camp at Wisconsin State Univers i t y, Stevens Point. Peter DeRubeis, Eugene DaRonco and Cindy Anderson are enrolled in both the choir and band activities and Jeanne Calvetti is a member of the choir program. The session began Sunday, June 13, and will conclude with the final concert Saturday, June 26. Dr. Paul Bryan of Duke University, Durham, N. C., and Dr. John Colbert of Jordan College, Indianpolis, are the band directors. Dr. Malcolm Griffin of the University of Illinois, Urbana, is the choral director. These students are attending the music camp on scholarships provided by money earned by the band and choir members from the proceeds of concerts and candy sales. Winners of Golfing Event Are Listed The "selective hole" golf event was won by Doreen Ahonen and Ardith Stonemark at the Wednesday feeting of the Women's Golf League of the Gogebic Country Club. Best score for the day was Mrs. Ahonen's 47, and best handicap scorers were Mrs. Ahonen, Mrs. Stonemark and Betty Wernham. "Next Wednesday night a "hole in one" award dinner will be By MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE Dear Mrs. Lawrence: I have raised my two sons alone as their father completely rejected them after our divorce 15 years ago. It is the 21-year-old boy—a student at our state university— that I am frightened for. Though he has a fine mind, his marks are poor. He seems to have no purpose, refuses to work during vacations and jokes about marrying some girl who will support him. When he comes home weekends, he is impatient, often fouled-m o u t h e d. He has refused psychoanalytic help after seeing a doctor several times. . . ft * ft ANSWER: Since he doesn't want psychoanlytic enlight e n - ment, go and get it for yourself. Husbandless mothers can get their self-respect too mixed up with children's achievements. Having failed as wives, they make a secret resolution to make great successes as mothers. Thus, the children's achievements become too important. The children, sensing this dependence on their justify ing achievements, use it to make their mother miserable by denying her the achievements whenever her. Go his spiritual duties. He was instrumental in procuring the Universal Machine Co. and Wilbert Vault Co. for Ram say, thereby bringing employment to a number of citizens. The Most Rev. Thomas L. Noa, bishop of Marquette, has appointed Father Cappo to serve on various important committees in the diocese. He is a member of the Diocesan Civil Rights Commission, a member of the Social Action Department o:>: the Michigan Catholic Conference, Lansing, and chairman of the Marquette Diocesan War on Poverty Committee. He wi 11 leave for his new assignment at St. Cecelia's Church, Hubbell, June 24. Marlene Lane and Mrs. Robert Raisanen, and the little flower girl was the bride's niece, Susan Ann Stein. The bridal aides chose pale pink lace street length sheath dresses with matching pale pink shirred tulle head bands with blusher veil, and white accessories. The little flower girl donned a pink lace street length dress with scalloped overskirt and cabbage rose at the back waist. Attending the bridegroom as best man was Robert Raisanen, with Theodore Finco and Allen Raisanen serving as groomsmen and Robert Rintamaki, the groom's brother, and Paul Boleau, the bride's brother, as ush- Ann Landers Your Problems Dear Ann Landers: I'm writ- Dear M.L.O.: No ing this letter through tears, as or apologies are I gaze upon two burned sirloin steaks, two over-baked Idaho potatoes, two wilted salads and will a fallen chocolate souffle. ing. Paul is no kid. He is past 25, ing. and we've been engaged two years. I can't count the number of times he nas stood me up like this. The date is always set at his convenience. Then, after I've knocked myself out preparing dinner, Paul doesn't show up. If he called (even at the last minute) and said he couldn't make it, I'd accept his excuse whatever it was, but I never hear a word until the next day. He is always so-ooooo-ooo sorry —but he ran into a buddy, or his boss asked him to go on an urgent mission or his mother got sick. We've talked about this problem dozens of times and he doesn't know why he forgets to call me. He promises, "It won't happen again," but it always does. What does this sound like to you?—ANGRY er before or after of the baby. Your real frltnol will be considerate and say noth- You owe the others noth- * * a Dear Ann Landers: X know you are not an expert on men's clothing, but I believe this It a matter of common sense, and you are an expert on that. The fellow I am going with is an immaculate dresser. He has excellent taste In clothes and is one of the sharpest looking men in town—until you get to his feet. His sox are always down around his ankles. When he is seated you can see his chalk-white, hairy legs. They look ghastly. I've told him fifty times that those droopy sox spoil his appearance. He tells me garters are for squares. What about this? — MISS ICK (Modern Portrait Photo) MRS. ROGER L. RINTAMAKI ers. The bride and bridegr o o m held at the club honoring Fatti Shouldice. Dinner will bt served at 7:30. Those who have not made reservations are asked to call 931-1121. Diet or Regular ,at your Favorite Store UNION BOTTLING WORKS Ironweod, Distributor! Sunday Services at St. Paul Announced The schedule of services at St. Paul Lutheran Church for Sunday is as follows: English worship service at 10:15 a.m. with Pastor Thomas Schultz of Zion L u t h e r a n Church in charge. The Chancel Choir, directed by Mrs. T. R. Wirtanen, will sing the anthem. Finnish birthday program of those observing birthday anniversaries in April, May and June at 7 p.m. with Pastor S. V. Autere of Wakefield preaching the sermon. This change In time is for this Sunday only. "NEW'ISLAND Nearly as big as Connecticut, an island in Canada's Foxe 'j Basin north of Hudson Bay, was discovered for the first time in 1 1948. Long hidden from ships by snow and ice, the land mass was discovered by an RCAF pilot on a routine flight a nd they feel resentment at and get yourself a good, manly psychoanalyst. If you resist this proposal, it may be because you've grown too accustomed to lonely struggle. Lonely struggle can ea s i 1 y become a way of life for divorced mothers. Without their knowledge, the painful circumstances which compelled them to take on the father-mot her responsibility for children can be felt as punishment for their failure as wives. In the hurt of their realization that they have been left alone to raised and protect the children, they feel that lonely struggle is their fate. ft ft ft It's gone on for 15 years for you, hasn't it? So it may be difficult for you to consider the notion of seeking the m a 1 e strength and understanding a good psychoanlyst can give you. You've jog-trotted along in the harness of the beast of burden for so many years that the idea of available green fields and freedom may be one you can't entertain. So I am going to manipulate you by pushing the button of your sense of responsibility for the child. I'm going to try to get you to a psychoanlyst by telling you such action will be pro- Nuptials Are Held At Rock Island, 111. In a nuptial service at First United Presbyterian Church, Rock Island, 111., Tuesday, June 8, at 7:30 p.m., Miss Karen Elaine Pratt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Pratt, 2708 7th Ave., Rock Island, became the bride of Douglas V e r n o n Mumm, Corpus Christi, Tex., son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mumm, Council Bluffs, Iowa. The bride's mother is the former Miss Florence Hedstrom of Ironwood. The Rev. Kenneth D. McArthur officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride's floor length gown of silk organza over taffeta featured long tapered sleeves and a Sabrina neckline finished with greeted 300 'guests at a reception held in the evening at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post Home, after which they left on a trip to the Mackinac Island and other Upper Peninsula vacation areas, after which they will make their home at 8710 29th Ave., Kenosha, Wis. The bride was graduated from Wakefield High School with the 1965 graduating class. The bridegroom was graduated from Wakefield High School and the Gogebic Junior College and served in the United States Air Force for four years. He is currently employed at American Motors in Kenosha. Births Kasieta. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kasieta, Hurley, a son, June 17 at Grand View Hospital. LaPlant. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur LaPlant, Rockland, a son, Willard John, June 10 at Ontonagon Memorial Hospital. Bora. Mr. and Mrs. William Born, White Pine, a son, Eric Andrew, June 10 at Ontonagon Memorial Hospital. Taeger. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Taeger, Ontonagon, a daughter, Kay Ann, June 12 at Ontonagon Memorial Hospital. Dear Angry: It sounds to me like Paul drinks a little—or a lot. This is a wild guess since you gave no hint that he is on the grape, but his behavior smells like a man with liquor on his breath. If Paul is not a booze-fighter he is inconsiderate, unreliable, and selfish in the extreme. Before you marry I'd like to remind you that a man never treats his wife better than he treated his sweetheart. * a ft Dear Ann Landers: Our 19- Dear Miss: Garters are for people who want to keep their sox up. If your friend doesn't want to wear garters he can buy sox with elastic tops. Be a sport and buy him a pair and I'll bet he'll never wear any other kind. ft <r <r 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, 1865, Field EnterprilM, IlM. year-old son brought home a bride six weeks ago. I will not attempt to make this situation sound any better than it is. Here are the facts: The girl is about three months pregnant but she doesn't show anything yet. She is a nice person and is trying hard to be a good wife. Our son says he loves this girl very much and he is not sorry about anything. He has a good job, works a 12-hour Venise lace in The Empire grape bodice pattern. was named Prince Charles Is 1 a n d I ductive for your son. after the throne. heir to the British You are invited to the opening of our NEW IMPORT YARN and KNIT SHOP SUNDAY, JUNE 20 all day and evening at VOSS' BIRCHWOOD LODGE Manitowish Waters, Wis., just 39 miles South of U.S. 51 AND why net make reservations for one of Nestor's wonderful dinners? It's time you showed yourself to him as a woman who needs strength other than her own. The boy's talk of getting himself a wife who'll support him tells us that he thinks of woman as a burden-bearing creature. It's up to you to show him that manliness is necessary to you, that you are not that all-sufficie n t :reak father-mother. trimmed in front with a self- bow and the dress had a Wat- teau chapel train. The bride's fingertip veil of illusion was attached to a headpiece of organza petals trimmed in seed pearls. She carried a white cascade of white stephanotis centered with white gla- mellias and English Ivy. Miss Janet Bock, Minneapolis, maid of honor, wore a rose pink sleeveless crepe dress with pleated over skirt. Her headpiece, a bow with veiling, mate h e d her dress. David Mumnv, Council Bluffs, was his brother's best man and guests were seated by Ke'ith Kuhlemeier, Ames, la. After a reception in the church parlors, Mr. and Mrs. Mumm left for a wedding trip to Wisconsin and Michigan. They will reside at Corpus Christi. Mrs. Mumm is a graduate of Rock Island High School and fowa State University, Ames. Her husband, a graduate of Thomas Jefferson High School, Council Bluffs, and Iowa State University, is a chemical engineer for Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co., Corpus Christi. Mrs. Paul Anderson, Hibbing, Minn., Mrs. William Rowett and Miss Clara Hedstrom, aunts of the bride, attended the wedding. Club Activities The Past Matrons Club of Hurley Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, will meet Mon day night, June 21, at the summer home of Mrs. Bruce Mortensen. Potluck lunch will be served. The members of the Ironwood Business and Professional Women's Club will meet at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Modern Portrait Studio to take part in the Flower Box Project parade. Merriweather Personals Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson and family spent a week camping at Pomeroy Lakes. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Him- onka of Iron River visited with Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sain. They were accompanied home by their granddaughter, Sheila, who will spend two weeks vacationing. Mass Schedule for Two Churches Given The Mass schedules for St. Isaac Jogues Catholic Chu r c h. Mercer, and St. William's Catholic Church, Winchester, which become effective Sunday, June 20, have been announced by the Rev. Walter A. Torkildson, and are as follows: St. Isaac Jogues— Masses, 7:30, 8:30, 10 and 11:30 a.m. Confessions: 4 to 4:30 p.m. and 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Saturdays. St. William's Masses, 9:45 and 11 a.m. Confessions: 'before Mass. Rockland Personals day and hasn't asked us for help of any kind. So far as we know, our friends and relatives are not aware of the expected baby. I am writing to ask how to deal with the situation. According to all calculations our grandchild will be 10 weeks early. We do not want to put on that "premature" baby act. It has been grossly overdone in this town and nobody believes it anyway. Is it wise to tell people now that the baby will be early? Or should we wait until the baby is born and then say we knew it would be early?— M.L.O. Saturday Refresher By CECILY BROWNSTONE A New York hostess likes to serve this dessert to guests. Lobster salad, miniature rolls, Charlotte S. Reich's grasshopper pie. CHARLOTTE S. REICH'S GRASSHOPPER PIE 1 cup chocolate wafer crumbs 3 tablesspoons butter, melted 25 large marshmallows % cup milk J /4 cup green creme de menthe % cup white creme de cacao 1 cup'heavy cream, whipped 2 tablespoons shaved chocolate Mix together the crumbs and butter; pat into a 9-inch pie plate; chill. Melt marshmallows in the milk, stirring often; cool. Fold in the liqueurs and whipped cream. (If you like, you may add a few drops of green food coloring.) Turn into crumb crust. Freeze. Remove from freezer about ing. 10 minutes before serv- Both celery salt and paprika are good additions to a white sauce that is to be used for creamed ham or turkey. Rent Electric Carpet Shampooer FOR ONLY $1 Now you can rent the new Blue Lustre Electric Carpet Shampooer for only $1 per day with purchase of famous Blue Lustre Shampoo. Save big with thta easy to use "do it yourself" equipment You'll be amazed with the new look of your carpeting. Available at /tPBTT FURNITURt GERTZ CO. 212 L Aurora, Dial 932-1310 There will probably be some meat leftover if you have served a veal shoulder roast. To use it, you may heat slices in gravy or dice the meat and add it to diced celery and apple for a hearty salad. If you prepare the salad, add French dressing (instead of mayonnaise) and serve on crisp greens. Mr. and Mrs. Norton Anderson of Skandia were callers at the Arne Verette home. Mrs. Lloyd Cook Jr. and children visited with her mother, Mrs. W. Pikka, at Thomaston. Mrs. E. Dalbec of Wakefield visited at the Robert Ellsworth home. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mik- Guest Singers at Presbyterian Church The Sesssion's Committee on Worship of First Presbyteri a n Church is arranging guest singers at the 9:30 a.m. Sun day worship services throughout the summer. At the service June 20 a trio of young voices will be heard. They are Audrey, Lourel and John Erickson. They will sing the anthem: "Just for Today." The minister, the Rev. K e n- neth F. Moreland, will give the morning sermon on the theme: "Taking the Leap of Faith." includes Richard French, Melvin Kronlund and Clifford Dah 1 i n. kala and children of Wakefield visited here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Soderstrom. Mrs. Clarence Johnson, sons, Kenneth and Gordon, and daughter, Marlene, were Ewen shoppers. Mr. and Mrs Fred Sayler, Mrs. T. Swanson, Pontiac, Mrs. Paul Furlong and Jennifer and Heidi, daughters, New York, were recent visitors at the Clarence Johnson home. Mrs. Paul Roberts and Beth Ann Haskins were Ircn w ood shopers. Mrs. Clara Abrams visited with Mrs. June Kralivic i n Ewen. Mrs. Jack Ellsworth attended 500 Club meeting at the home of Mrs. Conrod DeVowe in Bergland. Mrs. Clara Abrams and grandchildren, Elton and Mary Borns, visited at Iron River at the Earl Maki home. If Father Has A Sweet Tooth Give Him "Fanny Farmer Candies" . "They are the finest" Cleary's Wisconsin Grade "A" -MILK- ic 2 Class Half Gallons Len's Dairy Store W. Aurora Si. Ironwood Ph. 132-1823 USB DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS Mrs. Mitchell Seeling has returned from Detroit where she attended the wedding of her niece, Barbara Schmaus, to Gerald Yon. She also visited her daughters, Mrs. Ronald Hajek, and family in Arlington Heights, and Mary Ruth Seeling in Chicago. She accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Anton Schmaus, Milwaukee, who spent a week here with relatives. Mrs. George Schmaus Sr. and daughter, Mrs. Eino Kemppainen, and children, Mass, also attended, the Schmaus-Yon wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Yon, Detroit, spent a few days here with relatives. Nick Chopp, Flint, recently visited friends here. Recent guests at the James F. Hilger home were L e s t y McGaughey . and Mrs. Harry Nessenger, Detroit, and-Mrs. John Hemans, Onondaga. Mr. nnd Mrs. Maurice ; Pene- gor, Alpena, visited his brother, Malcojm, and family and-other r e 1 a t i v e s in Ontonagon ,and Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cruse and son Kyle, Saline, Mich., spent a day in Victoria with friendfe. Mr. and Mrs. Guy McCracken and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Stauder recently visited Paul Kaiser 1 n Bruce Crossing. Bert Carlson has returned t o his home in Minneapolis after visiting his sister, Mrs. Wilfred Hoffman, for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Stauder were recent Houghton callers. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fredrickson and sons, Robert and Randy, L'Anse, recently visited relatives here. Mrs. Lillian Short, Lake Linden, and Mrs. Grace Brown, Houghton, visited relatives here recently. 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