Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 28, 1965 · Page 7
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The World of Women WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1965. SEVEN 8285 34-48 A CONSTANT COMPANION— Particularly nice for cooler weather—well fitting jumper, in a Wide size range for women, to Wear with this blouse, or others In your wardrobe. No. 8285 With PATT-O-RAMA Is in sizes 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48. Bust 36 to 50. Size 36, 38 bust, jumper, 4% yards of 35- Inch; blouse, 2 S A yards. To order, send 50c in coins to: Sue Burnett, Ironwood Daily Globe, 407 S. Wacker Drive, Chicago, 111. 60807 For Ist-class mailing add lOc Cor each pattern. Print name, address with zip code, style No. and size. Complete, inspiring, easy to read—the fall & Winter '65 Basic Fashion. Send 50c now for your copy. Polly's Pointers By POLLY CRAMER Deai: Polly—The plastic lids that come on many coffee cans make wonderful coasters for glasses They can be used plain or lined with a piece of thin foam rubber glued to the inside of the top I buy this rubber by the sheet and cut into desir e d sizes. -AMY Dear Polly—Grating cheese is easier if you dampen a pap e r towel with salad oil and wipe the grater with it before starting the job Keeps the cheese from sticking to the grater and makes the grater so much easier to wash - MRS. J. T. Dear Polly— One day while looking for a small snap I discovered that snaps, which I had removed from old clothing, were scattered in several places. I took a 3x5 index card and with a small punch made quite a few holes in the card. The two haves of each snap were snapped together in the holes so all my snaps are now in o n e place, ready to use and easy to find.—MRS. M. Dear Polly—Women who want a good fit in garments they are making may find Barbara's Pointer for fitting with the garment on wrong side out unsatisfactory. In home economics at Cornell University we were taught that very few people are symmetrically shaped. For example, one hip or shoulder may be higher than the other. As a result fitting the garment inside out could be more trouble than help Reading the column with the garage idea brought to mind a hint we have found useful in a small garage. It was attached to the house and had concr etc Dinner for Four By CECILY BROWNSTONE A surprising but delicious accompaniment to lamb. Broiled lamb chops, potatoes, preen peas, creamy minted cucumber, fresh fruit tarts, bev- CREAMY MINTED CUCUMBER 1 cucumber, about 8 inches % cup commercial sour cream % teaspoon salt VB teaspoon white pepper 2 teaspoons minced fresh spearmint or 1 teaspoon crushed dried spearmint Pare cucumber; cut off unseeded ends; slice as thin as possible — there should be l'/ 2 to 2 cups. Stir together the sour cream, salt, pepper and mint; mix in the cucumber. Cover tightly and refrigerate a few hours or overnight for flavors to -A NIA walls. Every time we got out of the car the door scraped on the wall. To prevent this we glued a scrap of linoleumn to the spo on the wall where the door would open. Problem solved. — LINNEA Dear Polly—Mine is a wonder ful hint I think. Secure a plastic bag over the head of your dam] squeeze type sponge mop and thj mop will not harden.—H.R.M. Dear Polly—I do not have ; Pointer to offer but am in need of one on a method for remov ing mold from a bathroom wall We have tried everything can think of from scouring pow der to chlorine bleach. So fa nothing has worked. Can some one help us?— MRS. O. O. T Did you try vinegar: What you other readers have to offe that might remove mold or mil dew?—POLLY blend. Makes 4 size) servings. small (relish- flange Bridge Clur Will Meet Tonight The weekly meeting of t h e Range Duplicate Bridge Club will b-/ held tonight at 7:30 in the Legion club rooms. At last week's meeting, which was Master Point Night, there were lOMz tables of cards i n play. The winners were as follows: Michael Shawbitz and Ray Quady, Minocqua, first; Dr. and Mrs. M. O. Sivula, second; Mr, and Mrs. Harold Schieber, third; Mamie Rice and Pauline Gedda, fourth; Angle DiUIio And Marie Albert, fifth; Wayne and Bill Kennedy, Share your favorite homemak ing ideas . . . send them to Poll in care of Ironwood Daily Globe You'll receive a dollar if Poll uses your idea in Polly's Poinl ers. Melchiori sixth. Also in the top 50 per cent were Carrie Kennedy and Lucille Strom, Frank Barb era and Peter Barbera, Oscar Sjo- wall and Ferdinand Skud; Bill Abraham and Jean Pecotte. Bible Camp Open House Is Tonight Family Week open house wi be held tonight at the Lake Su perior Bible Camp, located thre miles west of Little Girl's Poinl The speaker will be the Rev Dallas S. Green, deputation sec retary of the North Africa Mil sion. Chapel services are h e 1 each day at 11 a.m. and 7:3 p.m. Special music is being pro vided by the Green child r e n, Carolyn, Kenneth, Kay, Larry and Car lie. The public is welcome at all services. The Lake Superior Bible Camp is owned and operated by the First Baptist Church. PLANS ANNOUNCED — Mr. and Mrs. Milo M. Clark, 933 N. 24th St., Milwaukee, announce he engagement • and forthcom- ng marriage of their daughter, Martha Milo Clark, to Andrew r. Sparapani, Milwaukee, son of tfrs. and the late Mr. Egedio Sparapani, 300 W. Galena St., Bessemer. Wedding plans are scheduled for Aug. 28 at Milwaukee. The bride-elect is a graduate of Holy Angels Academy, Milwaukee, and is employed, at present, by W. H. Brady Co., Milwaukee. Her fiance, a graduate of A. D. Johnston High School, Bessemer, is an electrical apprentice for the A. O. Smith Co., also in Milwaukee. Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Johnson. Plymouth, Ind., arrived M o n day to visit her mother, Mrs. rust Anderson, and her brother in law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. 'art E Olson, Bessemer. Mrs. Johnson is a former Ironwood resident. Mrs. Lydia Nyman, North Ironwood, has as her guests her daughter, Mrs. John Maatta, St. Helena, Calif., and her son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Armas Raivio, Mullan, Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Leppanen and family have returned to Sullivan, Mo., after visiting for a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Hautanen, and other relatives in Ironwood Township. Births St. John. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce St. John, Wakefield, son, July 27 at Divine Infan Hospital, Wakefield. Kurzewski-T wining Nuptials Are Held In a nuptial service at S t. Paul's Chapel, Big Rapids, Saturday, July 3, at 11 a .m. Miss Katherine May Kurzewski, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Kurzewski, 216 Spruce St., Big Rapids, exchang e d vows with Harold L. Twini n g Jr., Grand Rapids, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Twining, Byron Center. The Rev. John Najdowski performed the ceremony. The bride placed a bouquet at the altar of the Blessed /irgin Mary during the rites. She is a granddaughter of Richard Robins, 118 Rowe St. Miss Kurzewski, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor ength gown of silk linen d e signed with an Empire waistline and flared A-line skirt. The oval neckline and skirt were accented by re-embroidered Alen- con lace appliques, and the ong sleeves tapered to points at the wrists. A back panel, secured to the waist and terminat- ng in a train, was also outlined with the Alencon lace and self-material bows. fr •& <r A shoulder length veil of i 1- lusion was secured by a capette of seed pearls and lace. The bride carried a cascade a r - rangement of white roses, white miniature carnations and stephanotis. Miss JoAnne Donley, Big Rapids, was maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Miss Marilyn Davison, Big Rapids, and Miss Patricia Twining, Byron Center, sister of the bridegroom. Their floor length gowns were of yellow crepe in Empire style with yellow and white daisies a c - centing the waistlines. Their yellow ringlet headpieces and yellow shoes matched t h e ir gowns. James Rynbrandt, Dorr, a s - sisted as best man and groomsmen were Thomas Conner, Hudsonville, and William Phill e o , Milwaukee, cousin of the bride. Thomas and Jerry Philleo, cousins of the bride, assisted in seating the guests. •a t> •& Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Ankarberg were master and m i s tress of ceremonies at the reception held at Country House Restaurant immediately following the nuptial service. Mr. and Mrs. Twining entertained at the rehearsal dinner July 2 in Wolverine Room of Bowers Restaurant. Mr. and Mrs. .Twining traveled to Niagara Falls for their week's wedding trip and are now at home at 125 Southbrook St., E. E., Grand Rapids The bride attended Big Rap ids high school and in June was graduated from the exe cutive secretarial course at Fer ris State College, Big Rapids The bridegroom was graduated from Hudsonville high s c h o o and from the Trade and I n dustrial Division of Ferris i n 1964. He is employed at Staa Buick, Grand Rapids. Thomas Robins, uncle of the bride, Ironwood, Mrs. John Philleo, Mr. and Mrs. William Philleo, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Church Events Apostolic Lutheran. Servic e s will be held tonight at 7:30 with George Sailo of Watton and Semmi Frigard of New I p s - wich, N. H., as speakers. St. Luke's Lutheran. The Lu- rheran Women's Miss i o n a r y League will have its quarter- meeting Thursday night at 7:30. Jehovah's Witnesses. A ministry school will be held Thursday night at 7 and the service meeting will be held at 8. Salvation Army. The Lad i e s Home League will meet Thursday night at 7. Bergland —St. Ann's Catholic. The annual bazaar will be held at the fire hall Sunday, Aug. 1, beginning at 2. Various booths will be in operation and a turkey dinner will be served. Evening entertainment has also been arranged. Watersmeet —Baptist. M i d week prayer meeting will be held Thursday night at 7. Sidnaw Personals Auxiliary Meeting Held at Wakefield The Ladies Auxiliary of Gener al Pershing Lake Superior Bar racks, Veterans of World War I met in the newly establi shed', Pepin and David Philleo, M i 1 waukee, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Philleo, Washington, D. C., Mr and Mrs. Henry Kurzewski Kingsford, Mr. and Mrs. Free Reimold, Chicago, Mr. a n c Ernest Lee, Hamilton, Ind., anc Mr. and Mrs. George Hoadley Detroit, were among those at tending the wedding. American Legion clubrooms at Wakefield. The meeting opened with the salute to the flag and a prayer by Mrs. Clyde S i m - monds, chaplain. New members introduced and welcomed by Mrs. John Durkee, president, were Mrs. Ali c e Hughes, Miss Alice Jackson and Mrs. Helmi Dudra. A thank you letter from Mrs. Ruth Mitchell, hospital chairman, thanking the unit for a donation sent to the veterans of World War I in the Veterans Hospital, Iron Mountain, was read. The next meeting will be held at Ramsay Aug. 26. After the meeting a social hour was enjoyed by the veterans and auxiliary members. Serving on the lunch committee were Mrs. Stella Anderson, Mrs. Mabel Bazette, Mrs. Burnett Bertie, Mrs. Mabel Brottlund, Miss Ellen Cook, Mrs. Agnes Cronin, Mrs. Durkee, Mrs. Pearl Ellis, Mrs. Mary Endrizzi and Mrs. Eda Jacobson. Rolls or muffins that are a little stale may be lightly sprinkled with cold water and heated over boiling water. SHUT-INS w FLOWERS! Dial 932-0420 or 932-0522 Flower Shop and Greenhouse* COMPLETE GARDEN CENTER at the GREENHOUSE Flowers by Wire F.T.D.A. Ironwood Visit Raf t Friendly Flower Shop In Hurley ___ Rp AlJ 1 Y *-**-"• VV ^ The Hair do for you! Whether you're frolicking under the sun or dancing under the stars, here at the "Charm" you will find new summer styles designed to present you at your prettiest at a minimum of care. Let us S ' 10W you the latesf ihort cuts to beauty. Four Expert Beauticians on hand at all times SALON WAI -932-0221 Above ihe Metropolitan Ins. Co. Offices on Suffolk St. SocicrJ Set Aug. 3 At J. Abelson Home A "gypsy basket" social for the benefit of the Zion Lutheran Church Building Fund will be held Tuesday afternoon and evening, Aug. 3, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Abelson, Oma Township. Hostesses will be Mrs. John Abelson, Mrs. Eugene Koski and Mrs. Gust Abelson The public is invited. Pie Social July 29 At Wainola Church MASS — The Lutheran Church Women of Wainola Luth e r a n Church are sponsoring a pie social and bake sale in the church parlors Thursday, July 29, at 7:30 p.m. Slides will be shown by courtesy of the Adventu r e Camera Club. Club Activities The Iron County Veterans o: Foreign Wars Auxiliary w i 1 have a potluck picnic tonight a the Risku cottage, Pine Lake Members are to meet at the VFW Memorial Hall at 5:30. Missionary CounciJf Will Meet Thursday The Women's Missionary Council of the Assembly of Goci Church will meet Thursday night at 7 in the church parlors After the business session, th< Men's Fellowship, which i meeting at the same time, wil join the women for the devo tions. Mrs. Arthur Anderson a n the Rev Fred Paalanen wil sing a duet and Pastor Paalanen will be the speaker. Lunch will be served by Mrs Konrad Torppa and Mrs. Reim Sievila. SISTERS ENGAGED—Mrs. Shirley LaMarche, 207 4th, Ave., N. Hurley, announces the engagement of her daughters. Mary Jo Johnson, left, and Christy Joanne Johnson. Mary Jo is engaged to Sam Caruso, son of Mrs. Mary Caruso, 601 E. Ayer St., and Christy is engaged to Zigmund J. Pavlock Jr., son of Mrs. Harold Volkman, Iron River. Both weddings will take place at St. Mary Catholic Church, Hurley; the Johnson-Caruso rites will be on Aug. 28, and the Jonnson-Volkman nuptials are planned for Sept. 18. Edwin Rick and daughter, Lois, Detroit, are visiting his mother, Mrs. Leo DeCaire. . Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brown and family, Pontiac, are vacationing at their cabin near here. Mrs Evelyn Longrie and son, Willard, were recent Iron River callers. Wiliard Longrie and his brother in law. Arnold Townsend, and daughter, Patty, were recent Crystal Falls callers. Mrs. Marvin Stebbins Jr. and children were recent L'Anse callers. Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Hill and son, Randy, were L'Anse callers, and Randy was admitted to the hospital for few days. Mr. aiid Mrs. Edward Provo s t returned home to Lansing recently after visiting his mother, Mrs. Ida Provost, and other relatives here for two weeks. Mrs. Theodore Nielsen and son, Pat, Cave Creek, Ariz., visited her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Green, for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. William Rollo f f and family returned home to She- boygar., Wis. after, visiting his parents, the Theodore Rolloffs for a tew days. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lambert and sons returned to Pont lac after spending several weeks here with Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Davies. Mr. and Mrs. George Goddard were recent Chassell callers. Mr. and Mrs. Harold M y e r, Mason, recently visited their niece Mrs. Joseph Provost. Mr. and Mrs. George Est e s and son Kenneth, Marqu e 11 e, visited her sister, Mrs. Stella Kemnes, here recently. Thomas Harland and son, David, Chicago, spent a few days here at the Romberg cabin. Mr and Mrs. Ernest C u m - mings Jr and baby, Bergland, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Ernest Cummings Sr. Mrs Grace Chapman has returned to Sheboygan, Wis., after visiting her mother, Mrs. Helen Ann Landers . .Answers Your Problems. Dear Ann Landers: I read with interest the letter from the 45-year-old widow seeking to reenter the business world, and found all doors closed until she was advised by a personnel director to shave 10 years off her age. You asked for an answer to the widow's question, "Why does industry refuse to hire women over 40?" As a secretary who began her career at 37 (22 years ago) I believe I can answer. The Mature Parent Editors Note: During Muriel Lawrence's vacation, her column will carry excerpts from "Dialogues with Mothers," a book of unusual interest for parents. The author, Bruno Bettelheim, is professor of psychology and psychiatry at the University of Chicago, and principal of t h e university's orthogenic school for emotionally disturbed dren. chil- HAVING A BALL—As if appearing out of a puff of smoke, Filipino actress Josefine Estrada turns on a bright smile while modeling a sequin gown with a billowy flounce in Berlin. The lovely lady made the annual film festival more festive. Ewen Personals Mrs. Ephriam Slade, M a r - quette, her father, Henry Cummings, and her brother, Wilbert Cumrnings, Mason, visited relatives and friends here recently. Miss Susan Gries, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gries", and Mark Fencil, son of Mr. and Mrs Jerome Fencil, Detroit, visited their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fencil, who also had ac their guests their son and daughter in law Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fencil, Lansing Miss Patricia Hebert and Miss Monica Vadnais, B a r a g a, returned recently after spending a weekend with Miss Vadnais' grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miesbauer. Wilfred Bergeron and daughter, Susan, Kenton, and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bergeron and family, Detroit, were recent callers here" r Sherman Robinson, Zepher- hills, Fla., and Hector Robinson, Detroit, were recent business callers here. Trout Creek Personals Mrs. Ruby Vaughn, Baraga, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Vaughn, Kalamazoo, visited at the homes of relatives and friends r e - cently The Vaughans were r e- sidents of Trout Creek for many years. Mrs. John Besonen, Mrs. Glen Manning. Mrs. Carmen Pole and Henry, Mrs. Hlen Carlisle, By BRUNO BETTELHEIM Dr. B.: Tell me, are you jealous of a person who's of no importance to you? Mother: No. Dr. B.: Would you say that the closer you are to a person, the more or less jealous of him you're going to be? Mother: The more. ,Dr. B.: So why then are you amazed if your jealous kid goes up and kisses the baby? Jealousy by definition is a mixed emotion, isn't it?—a combination of love and hate, not hate alone. The interesting thing is, you know this very well about your own jealousy. If you hate everybody, you say "I hate him"; you don't say, "I'm jealous." If it's yourselves, you know very well the difference between hating someone and being jealous of him. But when it comes to your kids, then jealousy is identical with hate. What I wanted to show you is that sometimes you apply different yardsticks for your children ;han you apply for yourselv e s. So you are less apt to be as helpful than you could be if you rightly understood What the child feels when he's troubl e d by jealousy. Incidentally, does anyone know Webster's definition of jealousy? Well, I know it by heart because I've had to quote it so ot ten for the same reason it's tak en us time to figure it out here Webster defines jealousy as "watchful in guarding or keep ing." That's why'your little gir doesn't like to leave home. She can watch what you're doing. She can keep an eye on the baby so that it doesn't get too much of what she wants for herself. Of course when you leave her at her friends' houses, she cries and wants to go home. She can't watch what you're doing at thair houses. Actually, most children aren't jealous of each other. Their "watchful guarding and keeping" is for their parents. They want to be sure that the new baby doesn't get too much of mother's love. If they've watched and convinced themselves that the baby doesn't get it, then they can kiss it. Now one last word. If you're jealous of your husband, you won't like it if you know he's visiting another woman and you can't see what he's up to with her. You prefer to stick around Chapman. Mrs. Reino Heikkala and Paul Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bennett, and Ruth were recent L'A n s e Kalamazoo, tives here. are visiting rela- Arthur Defore, Crandon, Wis., was a recent caller here. Mrs Joseph Beauprey was a recent L'Anse caller here. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Stebbins Jr. and children were recent Michigamme callers. Parish Festival At Winona Sunday MASS — The annual Parish Festival will be held Sunday, i "oVvilleLongrie"and Oscar Leid- Aug. 1, with an English Festi- holdt were Iron River callers val service at 10 a.m. at t h e recently First Lutheran Church at Win- M rs. Rose Manning and son, Vernon, Trout Creek, recen 1 1 y visited her sister, Mrs. Mary Flinchum, and son, Warren, be the Kaleva Lodge, Twin Lakes, at 12 noon, and a program will be presented at 1:30 p.m. Swimming, sauna, horses hoe and other activities will be enjoyed during the afternoon. All are invited. THANK YOU I wish to express my thanks and appreciation to all the voters of Joint School District No. 1, Hurley who put their trust and confidence in me during the election held on Monday. Alphonse Riccelli here. callers. Mrs. Hector Peltola is a patient in the Baraga County Memorial Hospital in L'An s e. The Rev. and Mrs. Evere 11 Britton and children, Fairwinds, Del., are vacationing at Dr. Bernard F. Sleiger's cabin at Bond Lake. The Brittons are visiting their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. John Besonen, in Trout Creek. Joni Manning has been r e - cently discharged from Barago County Memorial Hospital L'Anse, where she had been a patient for 10 days. Keep your fur's >"just bought" look! A visit to our fur clinic can do wonders for your coat. Expert cleaning, repairing, restyling, remodeling—whatever your fur's need, we can fill it. Low summer rates, of course. NEWMAN'S FURS 225 E. Aurora Dial 932-1500 and at least know. It's really very simple as soon as we see that we behave exactly as they do in their situation. For extra-delicious mashed potatoes, add sour cream (instead of other liquid) and crumbled blue cheese. Many companies, especially large organizations who offer fringe benefits, are reluctant te hire older people because. t h « Benefit programs are un d e r written by insurance contract* which have a maximum age imit for new employes — usually 35. Taking on employee! over 35 increases the cost of the program. Then there's a second ret- son that isn't discussed in politt business society, but it's very real. The men want younger women around the office — not older ones. They may scream about inefficient, lame-brained, wet-behind-the-ears, dumbbells who can't spell, can't punctuate, can't get in on time and so on, yet they continue to hire ;he cute young things with their high bosoms and tight skirts. The greyhaired, motherly types with 18 years' experience are told, "sorry. We have nothing you." — P.C.I. Dear P.C.I.: Wow and thank you. * * * Dear Ann Landers: I've been n my room crying for a n hour. My eyes are so swollen I can hardly see to write this etter. Last night I had some kids over. (We are all between 16 and 17.) Bill (a boy I like a lot) old a joke that had some not- so-nice words in it but every- jody knows what they mean. That very minute my dad walked in. He was in the next room and he heard everything. I almost died when I saw him. Dad said, "Who told that ioke?" Bill answered, "I did. Anything in it you didn't understand, Clyde?" All the k i d s laughed. My dad got real mad and said, "We don't allow that kind of talk in this house, young man. There's the door." He took Bill by the arm and ushered him out. The kids were flabbergasted and left right away. My party was ruined. I'll bet they'll never come here again. I know Bill ts through with me for good. My dad is not mean or prudish- I never saw him act like this before. Hoe can I square this with the kids? Please help me. — AGNES Dear Agnes: I don't see that you have anything to square. Foul language Is out of place In decent company. Bill is the one who should be squaring things. If Bill doesn't come around anymore you haven't lost a thing. He sounds like a w 11 wick to me. a * a Dear Ann: My sister and her husband were divorced many years ago. Neither has remarried. Their eldest daughter was married in a beautiful church ceremony last week. The bride came down the aisle on h e r father's arm. The bride's mother was seated in the first row. When the minister askd. "Who g i v e t h this woman In marriage?" the bride's father answered in a loud voice, "I do." He has not been a real father to that girl for years. Her mother raised the girl with very little help from anyone. Don't you feel that he should have answered, "Her mother and I do." — JUST WONDERING Dear Just: Sorry, but the father of the bride gives his daughter in marriage. And the response to the question should be the traditional one regardless of the circumstances. . a * t» Ann Landers will be glad te help you with your problems. , Send them to her in care of this newspaper enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope. Copyright, 1965, Field Enterprise!, Inc. Good Manners Make Friends Tilt chairs and rock back on the legs at your own risk. Card of Thanks Our heartfelt thanks to our friends, relatives and neighbors for their acts of kindness and assistance during the death of our beloved wife and mother, Mrs. Hilda Kangas. Especially do we wish to thank the Rev. Oliver Hallberg ' for his comforting words, those who sent flowers and cards, Mrs. Gould and the Mary Circle for providing and serving the lunch, Mrs. Wirtanen and Mrs. Hallberg for their music, the pallbearers and those who offered the use of their cars, and all those who otherwise comforted us. MM. Emil 1 Kangas *nd Family $195 1 introduce* you to the fin* food af th« new * FRANKIE & JOHNNIE * COCKTAIL BAR - RESTAURANT Ye§, only $1.95 buys you a fabulous U. S. CHOICE STEAK DINNER THURSDAY NIGHT beginning at 4 p.m. This is a complete dinner with all the trimmings including serving yourself at our salad bar. Be sure to enjoy this special! The most terrific Noon Luncheons in Town 75e OPEN DAILY AT 7 A.M. SUFFOLK ST.. IRONWOOD

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