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The World of Women FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1965. SCHOLAR'S DELIGHT— Just SchooJ and You By SUSAN LIGHT Dear Mrs. Light: We are writing in reference to your column concerning a slow learner who eventually became a top student in college. Our grandson, who is a sensitive youngster, finds it very difficult to grasp arithmetic and other subjects. We would like to know ihe name of the "old-fashioned school" the problem attended, or any other school you can suggest. Our grandson lives in Nassau County, Long Island, New York. — GRATEFUL GRANDPARENTS ANSWER: I am publishing your letter in hopes that the mother who wrote the letter you refer tc will send me the name of the "old-fashioned school" she mentioned. Unfortunately, I do not have her address. There are many prlv ate schools, however, that pride themselves on catering to the special needs of individual students With a smaller enrollment, and fewer children per teacher, a private school can usually work with a child in a more personal, unregiment e d way than can its public counterpart. Each child has a greater share of the teacher's time and attention, and parents are generally kept in closer contact with ENGAGED—Mr. and Mrs. Roland Miljevich, Wakefield, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Janice, to Raymond Paul Badovski, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Badovski, Ironwood. The couple has chosen Dec. 11 as the wedding date. like big sister's ... a darling jerkin and pleated skirt outfit that is just perfect for the young scholar. No 8284 With PATT-O-RAMA is in sizes 6, 8, 10, 12, 14 years. Size 8, jerkin, % yard of 54-inch; skirt, I 1 /! yards. 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 for each pattern. Print name, address with zip code, style No. and size. Send 50c today for the Fall and Winter '65 edition of our pattern magazine Basic Fashion. Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kivisto and daughter of East Moll n e, 111, visited here with Mr. and Mrs. Niilo Latvala, 455 E. Oak St. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nydahl and children, Sandra and Peter, Menomonee Falls, Wis., left Thursday after spending a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Nydahl, Marquette Street. Out of town persons attending the Forslund-Koski wedding at Wakefielci last Saturday included Mr. and Mrs. Felix Koski and Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Thexton, Sullivan, Mo. Miss JoAnn Koski, Mr. and Mrs James McCance, St. Louis Evar forslund, Somerset, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hero, Bloomington, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. David D. Kauppi, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs Donald Jang, Las Vegas, Nov.; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson, Kenneth Forslund, Mr and Mrs Jack Forslund, M i 1- waukee- Mr. and Mrs. Tony Granato and Sherri, Marquette; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kleimola and Brenda, Lansing; Miss Bonnie GraiJer, Miss Sally Anderson, Stambaugh; Mr. and Mrs. David Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. Viet o r Keefer Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Moshua, Mr. and Mrs. James Weber, James S. Fyfe and John Polleck, Ontonagon; Tony Sertich, Goose Bay, Labrador. Daily Globe classifieds get result* the school situation. I once heard the headmistress of a well-known girls' private school address the faculty at the beginning of the school year. "We cannot," she said in substance,'"give our students a better basic education than they could obtain in any first-rate public school. In fact, our facilities and curriculum are, in so m e cases more limited than theirs. "We can, however, give each student the kind of individual sympathetic attention few public schools can offer. Through this -nore personal teacher-student relationship, we can help each girl to achieve her highest potential This is what I expect each of you to strive for." For information about private schools that would be suitable for your grandson, I sugg e s t you go to the public library and borrow the "Handbook of Private Schools," published by Porter Sargent, 11 Beac o n Street, Boston 8, Mass., or "Private independent Schools," published by Bunting and Lyon Co., Wallingford, Conn. These directories which provide information about private schools throughout the country, may be purchased from the publish e r, Forslund-Koski Nuptials Held Miss Charlotte Jeanne Forslund, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Evar J. Forslund, Lead Street, Bessemer, and Richard Edward Koskl, 512 Seventh St., Ontonagon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Koskl, Sullivan, Mo., were united In marriage In a beautiful summer wedding at First Lutheran Church, wakefleld, Saturday, July 24, at 4 p.m. The Rev. Rudolph Kemppain e n Heard the vows repeated by the bride and bridegroom In the presence of relatives and friends. Mr. Forslund presented his daughter in marriage. For her wedding Miss F o r s- lund chose a floor length gown of gardenia white 'silk organza over taffeta with modified dome circular skirt sweeping into a graceful chapel train. The Empire bodice was fashioned with scoop neckline, highlighted with Chantilly lace appl i q u e s trimmed with seed pearls and paillettes. The same lace decor was repeated on the scall oped edge of the elbow length sleeves. ti it H Her veil of silk illusion was caught to a seed pearl crown accented with crystals. 'The bride carried a large bouquet of white glamelias with streamers. Mrs. Jack Hero, Bloomington, Minn., sister of the bride, was matron of honor, Miss JoA n n Koski, St. Louis, Mo., sister of the bridegroom, was bridesmaid and Sherri Granato, Marquette, cousin of the bride, was junior bridesmaid. They wore pale yellow linen floor length gowns. The sleeveless bodices with Empire waistline, accented by a band of appliqued tiny bud flowers, had scoop necklines, and two floating floor length panels fell from the Empire line at the back. They completed their attire with matching accessories. ft it <t William Anderson, brother In law of the bridegroom, was best man; Bernie Ylkanen, cousin of the bride, was groomsman, and Polly's Pointers By POLLY CRAMER Dear Folly—May I pass on a little saying that has helped me so much? "Whatever you have to do, do In the FOREPART of PLENTY of TIME." This does not sound like much when first read but read it over and it may help you, as it has me, from so much last-min u t e breathless hurry to meet deadlines.—MRS. O.P. Girls—No one needs to ponder over this more than I as I am afraid I am one of the world's worst for doing things at the last minute.—POLLY Dear Polly— My Pointer is for the girls who sit all day at .« desk. Release the back garters Ann Landers .Answers Your Problems. Dear Ann Landers: Recently I read a letter in your column from a reader who asked why people go to funeral chape 1 s when they don't know the family or the person who died. She wondered If there are nuts like that in every town. I'd like to report something that happened at my father-in-law's funeral which may settle the question once and for all. My husband's family and close friends were seated around the fastening your stockings to your closed casket in a private room girdle when sitting for long of the chapel. Suddenly a worn- periods of time Your legs will an none of us had seen before en- feel much better after this all- tered, ignored us all, threw her- day sitting. This relieves that self over the casket and began FAMILY AFFAIR—Mrs. John F. Kennedy marked a birthday, her 36th, with members of the late president's family at Hyannis Port, Mass. (NEA Telephoto) Personalities In the News but run around $12-$14. I hope you find the right school for your grandson and that he, too, will some day become an oustanding student in his own way. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS LOS ANGELES (AP) — Nancy Sinatra Sands, 25, daughter of (Kenny's Studio Photo) MRS. RICHARD E. KOSKI Frank vorce Sinatra, from has won a di- singer Tommy Sands, 27, after a five-year marriage. They had no children. Church Events Apostolic Lutheran. Services with Holy Communion will be conducted in English and Finnish at 10 a.m. Sunday. Salvation Army. A rummage sale will be held Saturday at 509 McLeod Ave., starting at 9 a.m. Trinity Lutheran. The Rev. E. M. Beck of Port Arth u r, Canada, will conduct both services Sunday in the absence of the pastor. NEW YORK (AP) — Pianist Victor Borge said Wednesday he Is considering appearing on Broadway in his first musical comedy in this country, "The Great Adventure." It is from a novel and play by Arnold Bennett. Robert Koski, brother of the bridegroom, was junior groomsman, and serving as ushers were Patrick Libertoski and David Koski, Wakefleld. The wedding reception was held in the church parlors after the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Koski will be at borne at 512 Seventh St., Ontonagon, after a week's wedd ing trip to Wisconsin Dells. The bride, a 1961 graduate of A. D. Johnston High School, Bessemer, and a 1965 graduate of Northern Michigan Universi t y, Marquette, will be teach ing ;hird grade at Ontonagon in fall. The bridegroom was graduated from Wakefield High School in 1959 and NMU in 1963 and is in his second year of coaching football, basketball and .rack and teaching physical education and drivers' education at Ontonagon. Card of Thanks Our grateful thanks are extended 'to all our friends and neighbors for their expressions of sympathy and flowers on the death of Mrs. Harry Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wright 2 Picnics Planned At Jaycettes Meet The Gogebic Range Jaycettes, at their meeting Tuesday night at the St James Hotel, made plans foi a couples picnic for Jaycees and Jaycettes to be held Saturday, July 31, at 8 p.m. at Black River Harbor Park. All attending are to bring their owr sandwiches or lunch and one dish to be passed around. A family picnic was also scheduled to be held Sunday Aug. 8, at Gogebic State Park. All attending this picnic are also asked to bring their own refreshments and lunch. WASHINGTON (AP) — Hollywood producer Darryl F. Zanuck is contesting a government claim that he owes back income taxes. He says he should be getting a refund. The 20th Century-Fox executive petitioned the U.S. Tax Court hi Washington to set aside the Internal Revenue Service's finding that he owes $51,377 for the years 1959-61. Intead, Zanuck wants $21,602. a refund award of TOKYO (AP) — Former Japanese Prime Minister Hayato Ikeda, 65, entered Tokyo University Hospital for treatment of the throat tumor which forced him to resign from the top government post last fall. Dried crumbled taragon leaves in one of your herb Jars? Add a little of the herb to tomato juice and chill for a few hours before serving. NOTICE Montreal Lodge will be closed for alterations and new entrance from July 30 to August 6th. deary's Wis. Grade "A MILK glass half gallons 70 Lett's Dairy Store Ixonwood W. Aurora St. Ph. 832-1121 Births Voyce. Mr. and Mrs.'Thomas M. Voyce, Orange, Calif., a daughter, Theresa Kim, July 22. Mrs. Voyce is the former Frances Talo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Talo, Ironw o o d Township, and Mr. Voyce's parents are Mr. and Mrs.- George Voyce, Hemlock Street. Manninen. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Manninen, Ontonagon, a son, Michael Gene, July 21 at Ontonagon Memorial Hospital. Preiss. Mr. and Mrs. J e r ry Preiss, a son, Jerry Jo, July 23 at Ontonagon Memorial Hospital. Ison. Mr. and Mrs. George Ison, Ontonagon, a daugh t e r, Edna Laurie, July 27 at Ontonagon Memorial Hospital. Saturday Supper By CECILY BROWNSTONE Want hamburgers with a little different flavor to cook indoors or on the patio grill? Here's a recipe you might like to try. Chili burgers, red beans and ricer, giant salad bowl, hot rolls, pineapple with melon balls. CHILI BURGERS 1 large egg 1 pound ground chuck beef 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon chili powder 1/16 teaspoon garlic powder Butter or salad oil In a medium mixing bowl, beat the egg enough to combine the yolk and white. Add beef; sprinkle with salt, chili powder and garlic powder; mix thoroughly. Shape into 4 patties. If cooking indoors, heat a tablespoon or two of butter or salad oil in a medium skillet; add patties and brown rapidly on both sides; reduce heat and cook to desired doneness. If cooking outdoors, brush patties with melted butter or salad oil before grilling. Makes 4 servings. Double recipe if desired. Bergland Personals Mrs. John Bergland has r e turned from Kenosha, W i s., where she visited her son i n law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Fauchette. Mrs. Charles Western is recuperating at her home a f t er being a surgical patient at Divine Infant Hospital, Wakefield, for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Torreano and family of Hitabing, Minn., tight, pulled feeling of your stockings around the legs and improves circulation.—BERNICE Dear Polly— When a wooden clothespin breaks in half, do not throw it away. It is just the right size for a telephone dialer. Would even make a nice gift when painted and fancied up with sequins.—MRS. C. M. A., Girls—There is a good Pointer for those scout den mothers who have been looking and asking for ideas for things the youngsters could make. One of the prongs of a new clothespin can be cut off. They would have great fun dreaming up ideas for painting and decorating. This also has possibilities as a bazaar item that could sell for very little.— Polly Dear Polly—To keep odd buttons together and where they can be found easily, stick them on a length of transparent gummed tape and cover with a second strip. Put matching ones to sob and tear her hair. She was obviously suffering the pain of a woman who had lost a man who was very dear to her. My mother-in-law turned ashen. My husband was unable to move. Could it be that this man whom all of us had loved and believed in had been leading a double life? It was too fantastic! As my husband struggled to his feet a strange man entered the room. He took the sobbing woman by the arm and said, "For heaven's sake, Sarah, cut it out. We're in the wrong chapel." What do you think of this, Ann Landers?— FROM CHICAGO Dear Chicago: I think this proves the wisdom of the adage "Believe nothing you hear and only half of what you see." together so as to tell at a glance how many of one kind are on hand. They can then be snipped off as required. Quicker and simpler than sorting through a button box.—MRS. E. L. R. Dear Polly—When washing rough or sand-coated plast e r walls, I use a large piece of nylon net. This really scrubs off the dirt or finger marks and leaves no stray bits of net. There is always an excess of sponge left on such walls when washing with this. I do use a clean damp sponge to wipe the excess water off the walls. The nylon net also is good for just wiping down wall or removing dust after the long winter months.—MRS. S. K. Dear Polly^—When putting up the small fixtures to hold curtain rods, put a little bit of glue in each nail hole and they will really stay put.—LOUISE Share your favorite homemak- Patricia Morris Queen Candidate WHITE PINE — Miss Patricia Morris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Morris, is a candidate in the Miss Ontonagon County contest, sponsored by the Lions Club. Final judging of candidates will take place during the annual Labor Day celebration in Ontonagon. Candidates are selling booster buttons to help finance the observance, and each receives points for the number 'sold. The title winner will compete in next year's Miss Michi g a n contest. Miss Carol Beck of Ontonagon, last year's winner, is in Muskegon now for the state competition, accompanied by Mrs. Jack M. McGuire as official chaperone. ing ideas send thm to Polly in-care of Ironwood Daily Globe. You'll receive a dollar if Polly uses your ideas in Polly's Pointers. Miss Morris was the winner in the Big Powderhorn Mountain Ski Queen contest last winter. Ever add grated orange juice to the egg and milk mixture used for dipping bread slices for French toast. A little sugar is another good addition to the dipping mixture; the sugar helps the French toast brown. Dear Ann Landers: I am 14 and my kid brother Is 12. Dad made it clear that we are to earn our own money this summer which is all right with us. We need someone to settle a problem. I agreed to cut a neighbor'! lawn once a week for $2.00. It's a very big lawn and e.ven with a power mower (my dad's) it's a lot of work. I went ahead and got myself another job running errands for a drug store and sub-contracted this lawn job to my kid brother. I pay him 75 cents. My Dad says I'm cheap. I say my brother is working for me and I should be able to name the price I pay him because I am his boss. We all want your opinion. Thanks.—RUSTY Dear Rusty: Sorry, Bub, but Lincoln freed the slaves. Being a boss does not mean that you have the right to exploit others. In my opinion your brother is entitled to $1.75. a « * Dear Ann Landers: I am 28 years old, no beauty, and have been fighting (and losing) the Battle of the Bulge for the last few years. Six months ago I was flattered and thrilled when a fellow who works in the credit union asked me for a date. He is two years my junior, very handsome, but seems to need three martinis to •relax." Frequently he gets so 'relaxed' I have to drive him to his apartment. On our fourth date he asked me to lend him $300 because his sister had to have an operation. Two months later he need e d $150 or he'd lose his car. Last month he asked me to marry him but said I'd have to give him $1500 to clear up bills and start life as a married man 'with a clear conscience." My mother is driving me crazy. She says a girl almost 30 has to put up with some monkeyshines or be an old maid. I'm not so dumb that I need Ann Landers to tell me whether or not to marry a man,,but I'd like your opinion.—DONNA Dear Donna: I'd say this monkey has outshone himself. Write off the $450 and call' it "entertainment" or "education. And don't marry this man unless you are prepared to continue to work and fork over money for the rest of your life. ft 6 « 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, 1965. field Enterprise*. Inc. Weight-watchers will be in- crested to know that a Vi-pinl serving of vanilla ice cream has 80 fewer calories than 2 plain cookies that are about 3 inches in diameter. spent two weeks at their c o t- tage here. Mrs. Grace Newhouse, Mil waukee, visited here with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lund Good Manners Make Friends No Service Sunday At Covenant Church Sunday, Aug. 1, is designated as Conference Sunday so there will -not be a service at Bethany Covenant Church. A bus has been chartered, on which members will travel to the Covenant Point Bible Camp at Hagerman Lake. Those planning to attend are to meet at the church at 8 a.m. Sunday. The meals will be potluck. Morning and afternoon services will be held at the Bible Camp. Serve a foreign guest local specialties rather than experimenting with a dish from his country Holy Communion at St. Paul Services Holy Communion for all members will be 1 celebrated at both services Sunday at St. Paul Lutheran Church, Pastor Oliver A. Hallberg announced today. The Finnish service will be at 8:30 a.m. with special music and the English service will be at 9:45 a.m with Audrey, Laur e 1 and John Erickson singing during the service. Pastor Hallberg will give the communion sermon at both services. have had as their guests their son in law, Maxwell Smith o f Treasure Island, Fla., who left last week for Coleraine, Minn., to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith. En route he visited a brother and family at Duluth and a sister at Grand Rapids, Minn. He was accompanied home by his daughter, Cheryl Smith, who spent three weeks at the Lund home. Mr. and Mrs. John Borseta, Detroit, are visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Borseth, and other relatives. The Rev. and Mrs. Douglas McNeil and family spent a weekend at Plymouth, Wis., with his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Harold McNeil. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Luhrs, Kankakee, 111., visited at the Alfred Latva home. Charles Fisher, daugh to e r , Lorraine, and son, Dirk, have returned from a camping trip at Gogebic State Park. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Swen vacationed in lower Michigan. Mrs. Anna Hubert was a business caller at Wakefleld. Mr. and Mrs. J a 1 m er Laingren and son, who made a tour around Lake Superior, also visited at Hoyt Lakes, Minn., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kalember Jr. Kenton Circle to Have Event Aug. 6 A meeting of Dorcas Circle was held at the home of Mrs. Arthur Pentilla, Kenton, Wednesday night with nine members present. Guests at the meeting were Mrs. Charles Nordlne and daughter, Norma, Ironwood. Devotions were led by M r s . Bert White. Plans were made to have a rummage and bake sale and raspberry shortcake social Fine food, service and relaxing atmosphere that... , . . leaves nothting to be desired! At Pine Lake on Hiway 51 • Dial 476-2168 Friday, Aug. 6, at 1 p.m. in the building next door to the Kenton Standard Oil Station. Instructional Media Center Director Named EAST LANSING (AP) — Dr. Charles F. Schuller, director of Michigan State University's audiovisual center since 1952, has been named director of MSU's new instructional media center. The center will coordinate instructional uses of both audiovisual aids and closed-circuit television. 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 this easy to use "do it yourself" equipment Vou'U be amazed with the new look of your carpeting. Available at GIRTZ^r 8 112 E. Aurora, Dial 932-1310 Design for Memorial Library Is Revealed DEARBORN (AP)—The basic design for Dearborn's $3 million Henry Ford Memorial Library was revealed today. The building will feature a . 300,000- volume library and an 800-seat auditorium, nanced by grant. and will be fi- a Ford Foundation USE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS Dazzle the stag line ... with swinging hair styles , made for those with young Ideas. Phone-us soonl STUDIO BEAUTY SALON Morgan Manor Dial 932-3302 KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK 12 HOUR RELIEF FROM COLDS & HAY FEVER WITH ONE CAPSULE! 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