Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 31, 1965 · Page 7
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The World of Women SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1965. SEVEN U.. MRS. DONALD POHJOLA Janov-Pohjola Nuptials Held Miss Patricia Ann J a n o v, daughter of Mrs. Ann J a n o v 622 Cary Road, Hurley, a n c Donald Kenneth Pohjola, son of Mr. anfl Mrs. Carl E. Pohjola Route 2, Ironwood, repea ted their wedding vows Satur day July 24, at 11 a.m. at St. Mary Catholic Church, Hurley. The Rt. Rev Msgr. Michael A Frock read the vows and offici ated at the double ring ceremo ny. The bride, given in marriage by her brother, Charles Janov chose a two piece street length dress of white nylon lace over taffeta with three-quarter length sleeves. A ballerina length vei of white silk tulle was attached to a coronet headpiece with pearl trim. White mums and ye! Women Golfers Will Play Qualifying Rounds Aug. 4 The Women's Golf League of ,he Gngebic Country Club will hold tournament qualif y i n g rounds Wednesday, Aug. 4. A new medalist must qualify for ;his vsar as last year's medal- :st, Effie Norton, has mov e d from Ironwood and cannot defend hei title. Dues must be paid before Aug. low roses formed the bridal bouquet. Attending the bride as matron of honor was her cousin, Mrs. James Hosking. She wore a yellow whipped cream fabric street length dress with yellow cabbage rose ivadpiece and match i n g accessories. Roy Pohjola was his brother's best mai. and David Janov and Rodney Maki were ushers. Dinner for the wedding par t y was served at the Big Wheel Restaurant, Wakefield, and the reception, attended by 300 guests, was held at Iron County Memonnl Building, Hurley. After a short wedding trip to Canada, Mr. and Mrs. Pohjola are residing at Hurley. The bride attended J. E. Murphy High School, Hurley, and the bridegroom, who atten d e d Luther I. Wright High School is employed by the White Pine Copper Co. 4 at I'i noon in order to be able to entei the tournament. Fewest putts will be held in the qualifying rounds and 18 holes are to be played in the championship flight. Championship anc* first flights will be de- terminptf Friday, Aug. 6. A dinner will be held Wednesday, Aug 4, and reservati o n s are to be made with Betty Kolesar, phone 932-1121. The annual meeting of the league will be held Aug. 11 at 11:30 p.m. and will be followed by team play. Mary Barbera and Luci 11 e Strom won the "seven of best holes" event Wednesday afternoon. Low scores for the day: Irene Gotta, 46; Mary Barbera, 41!; Vivian Ketola, 49. Low scores in class: Wilma Cigallio, Esther Hallberg, Wilda Rowe and Mrs. Strom. Best handicap scores in class: Mrs. Barbera, Betty Wernham and Mr? Strom. Barracks, Auxiliary Plans Annual Picnic Ontonagon World War I Barracks and its Auxiliary will hold their annual picnic at the John Hibbeln cottage at Second Creek on Lake Shore Road, Sunday. A picnic dinner will be served at 12. All members and prospective members are asked to attend. IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of our dear wUe, mother, grandmother and sister. Mrs. Ann* Vittone, who passed away three years ago; August 1, 1962: Deep in our hearts you are today remembered, Sweet happy memories cling 'round your name; True hearts that loved you with deepest affection always will love you in death just the same. We often sit and think o£ you, when we are alone. For memory is the only friend that grief can call its own. Sadly Missed by Husband, Son, Daughters, Brothers, Sisters and Grandchildren Salem Group Will Organize Tuesday Members of Salem Lutheran Church, who are 65 years of age or older will meet Tuesday afternoon, Aug. 3, at 2 p.m. in the fellowship hall to organize a senior citizens group. Devotions will be conducted and an open discussion of suggestions for programs and projects will be held. Refreshments will be served. Those needing transportation, and these able to provide transportation, are asked to call Mrs. Albert Stenstrom, phone 932-3913. Barton and Sievila Nuptial Plans Told Mr. and Mrs. Byron W. Barton, Wilkinson, Ind., announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Sara Kay Barton, and David M. Sievila. They will be married Aug 21 in the Church of Christ at Wilkinson Miss Barton is a graduate of Indiana Methodist School of Nursing. Mr. Sievila, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Siev i 1 a, 335 N Lawrence St., is employed by Link Belt Co., Indianapolis, Ind. Couple Wed at St. Mary Church St. Mary Catholic Church, Hurley, was the scene of a beautiful summer wedding Saturday, July 24, at 10 a.m., when Miss Sharon Dee Pedergna n a, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Caesar Pedergnana, Route 1, Hurl e y, was presented in marriage by her father, to David James Pretti, son of Mrs. Louis Pretti Sr., Montreal, and the late L- o u i s Pretti. The Rev. Richard H. Burzynskl officiated at the double ring ceremony preceding the celebration of the nuptial High Mass Mrs Conrad Rasmuson, Kenosha, Wis., cousin of the bride, was matron of honor and the bride's only attendant. T o ny Vacca, Minneapolis, served Mr Pretti ?.P best man, and Donald and Louis Pretti, brothers of the bridegroom, seated the guests. Simplicity keynoted the design of the bride's elegantly fashioned gown of ivory peau de soie. The Sabrina neckline was etc h e d with deeply carved Venise lace and bracelet sleeves enhanc e d the molded bodice. The slim skirt was slightly belled and double-tiered at the heml i n e , each tier was outlined in the rich lace A bustle bow at the b a c k waistline enhanced the detachable Watteau paneled chapel train, which was also outlined in the patterned lace. Her pure silk illusion veil, with blusher, was topped by a demi-crown of the veiling, which was fashioned of tiny petals, edged in flower like clusters of pearls and iridescent paillettes. The bride carried a case a d e arrangement of white stephanotis ana ivy. Mrs. Rasmuson wore a pale pink floor length chiffon gown with white accessories. Covers were laid for 8 at the wedding dinner served at Brown's Cafe Exceptionale, Bessemer and the bride and bridegroom greeted 300 guests at the lawn and home reception held at the home of the bride's parents. After a week's wedding trip in the Manitowish Waters area, Mr. aad Mrs. Pretti will be at home at Minneapolis. Ruth Ann Moilanen, Donald B. Keck Wed EWEN — In a double r i n gi nuptial service at First Lutheran Church Saturday, July 10, at 4 p.m. Ruth Ann Moilanen and Donald Bruce Keck, East Lansing, were united in marriage. The Rev. Leslie Niemi, Munising, former pastor of the Ewen church, presented a meditati o n before the service, and the Rev. John Linna, pastor, perform e d i the ceremony. Parents of the 1 bride are Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Moilanen, and the bridegroom's parents are Dr. and Mrs. William Keck, East Lansing. Mr. Moilanen escorted his daughter to the altar and presented her in marriage. The bride's floor length gown of white peau de sole was fash- oned with scoop neckline, elbow ength sleeves, Empire waist- ine and a large bow topped a ileated back panel, which fell nto a chapel train. Her silk illusion shoulder length veil fell from a pillbox hat trimmed with seed pearls around the crown. A rose made of peau de soie an- ihored the veil to the headpiece. The bride made her own attire. Her cascade bouquet was of white roses and carnations and ivy. A tv £ Mrs. Michael Stenfors, Bruce Crossing, was her sister's matron of honor, and serving as bridesmaids were Mrs. Donald McKee, Oscoda, college roommate, and another sister, Susan Moilanen. Their gowns of blue chiffon covered taffeta, had elbow length sleeves, scoop necklines, Empire waistline and Aline floor length skirts with a bow at the back waist. Blue pillbox hats with circular veils, and matching blue shoes completed their attire. The bride (Modern Portrait Photo) MRS. DAVID J. PRETTI Both the bride and bridegroom are graduates of the J. E. Murphy High School, Hurley, and Wisconsin State University, Superior. The new Mrs. Pretti is a bacteriologist with the Minnesota State Board of Health at Minneapolis, and Mr. Pretti is employed with Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing at St. Paul. Births Cook. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Cook. Bergland, a daug h t e r, July 30 at Divine Infant Hospital, Wakefield. For continues her Midsummer Clearance Sale with reductions on all dresses, coats, suits, sportswear, raincoats, parses, millinery and accessories remaining from the summer season. This is in keeping with her policy of clearing merchandise from the previous season. WE'LL JOIN IRONWOOD MERCHANTS ON OUR SIDEWALK ON MONDAY. If weather is inclement, all merchandise is racked indoors, ready for your selection. (You can shop in air-conditioned comfort at Eva Wurl's, too). SEE YOU ON MONDAYI Personal Items Mrs Sophie Herman, Daniel Janov, Mr. and Mrs. James Hosking, Mr. and Mrs. John Kessler. Robert and Joan, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Berglund, Bonnie and Maurice, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Lukas, Robert and Kathy, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Schmaltz and Robert Peltonen, Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry M i n- dok, Stevens Point; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Janov and Carla Diane, Houghton; Mr. and Mrs. Stanlej Engstrom, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Maki, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kassien, Flint; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Pesola, Scott and Sheryl, Mr. and Mrs. James Kivi, Minneapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nelson, Chicago, attended the Janov-Pohjola wedding last Saturday. Out of town guests attending the Peclergnana-Pretti weddi n g last Saturday included Mrs. Patrick O'Leary, Duluth, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Smith, Prank Shanks, Miss Donna Freeberg, Charles Starzecki, Del r o y Preuss, St. Paul, Miss Ar 1 e n e Lang, Robert Pretti, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Vacca, Thomas Wasbotlen, Minneapolis, Miss Marilyn Milless, Rogers, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Brunello, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Ramuson, Kenosha, Mrs. Joseph Ross, Couderay, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kjer, Custer, Mrs. John Platta, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Klosinski, Stevens Point, Mr. and Mrs. John Bartol, Clintonville, Mr. and Mrs Tauno Maki, Uni o n Grove, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. An- I thony Ambrosia, Iron Mountain. John Samarziyas Mark Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. John Samarziya 529 Yale Ave., Bessemer, celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Tuesday, July 27, with a Mass of Thanksgiving at St Sebastian Catholic Church Bessemer, where they were married 25 years ago by the late Rev. C. J. Swoboda: The Rev Raymond Valerio officiated in the celebration Mass. An anniversary get-togeth e r was held last Sunday at the Sa- marziya home for the immediate family. The table was festively appointed to express the occasion— a beautiful anniversary cake with the original cake top from their wedding cake and the numerals "25" on a silver candle holder. President for the celebrat ion were their son, Donald, Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Massi, Anvil, parents of Mrs. Samarziya; Virg i 1 Massi, Mrs. Roy Malmb erg, Richard Massi and Mrs. Daniel Chupinski, Detroit, who were in the original wedding party. Out of town persons attending the anniversary event were Mary Ulianelli and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Chupinski, Detroit, and Anton Comparin, Mellen, Wis. Mrs. Samarziya is the former Evelyn Massi, who was born and reared in Anvil. Mr. Samar- ziya, who was born and reared in Bessemer, Is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Marko Sa- marziya. Mr. and Mrs. Samarziya were married July 27, 1940 at St. Sebastian Catholic Church. Aft e r they were married they lived in Detroit for a few years, returning to Bessemer 18 years ago. Mr. Samarziya is presently employed at the Peterson Mine. They are members of St. Sebastian Catholic Church. They have three children, Gerald, Detroit, Nancy, Milwaukee, and Donald, at home. made the aides' headpieces. Roger Shull, Washington Grove, Md., schoolmate of the bridegroom, was Mr. Keek's best man; Melvin Olman, East Lan sing, and Philip Moilanen, brother of the bride, were grooms men, and performing the duties of ushers were David Moilanen Kenosha, Wis., and Mic h a e 1 Stenfors, brother and brother in law of the bride. tt a tt The couple received 200 guestf at the reception starting at p.m. in the church parlors. The •ehearsal dinner for 20 was a the White Pine Inn Friday night July 9. After a week's wedding trip ;hrough the Upper Peninsula and ;o Mackinac Island, Mr. a n i Mrs. Keck are at home at 130: E. University Village, Michigan State University, East Lansing The bride, a graduate o YOU'LL FLIP TOO-WHEN YOU SEE OUR KRAZY BARGAINS! "THESE ARE JUST TO MENTION A FEW" NYLON HOSIERY Reg.. 2 pr. 1.19 NOW 2198 WOOD SOLE SANDALS and ZORIES SUDDEN BEAUTY HAIR SPRAY Reg. 99c, Now C TRE-JUR Dusting Bath Powder Reg. 1.00 79° IRONWOOD PHARMACY S. Suffolk St. Ironwood Ph. 932-1610 29 C 59 S1wmltl> CAMERA FLASH OUTFIT Reg. 13.50 L WORLD'S FAIR CAMERA Reg. 7.95 .NOW 4 95 Church Events Zion Lutheran. A "gypsy basket" social lor the benefit of the church building fund will be held Tuesday afternoon and evening, Aug. 3, at the John Abelson home, Oma Township. Hostesses are Mrs. John Abelson, Mrs. Eugene Koski and Mrs. Gust Abelson. The public is invited. St. Luke's Lutheran. Communion preparation will be held at 8:40 and 10:40 a.m. Sunday, prior to the Communion services. Anniversary visitations which begin Sunday will continue all through the week. Bergland—St. Ann's Catholic. The annual bazaar will be held at the fire hall Sunday, beginning at 2 p.m If you like your gravy thin, use only one tablespoon of flour to one cup of liquid. Don't Let Summer Heat "SIZZLE" Your Appearance Clothing, like plants; wilt in the heat. Frequent summer cleaning the Custom-Car* way makes them look cooler, feel cooler. COSTS NO MORE! SETTERLUND CLEANERS 211 E. McL»od Dill 132-4932 Fro Pickup »nd <Range Photo Service) MRS. DONALD B. KECK Ewen High School, attends Mich- gan State University. The bridegroom, a graduate of Oke- mas High School, received his bachelor of science and master of science degrees from MSU and s now doing research in physics at the university. Among the out of town guests were the bride's grandpare n t s, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Moilan e n of Keweenaw Bay, and the bridegroom's grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. W. Divine of East Lansing. Relatives and friends attending the wedding were from toopersburg, Pa.; Cleve land, Ohio; Washington Grove, Md.; Gary, Ind.; Detroit, Royal Oak, Marshall, Almont, Okemos, East Lansing, Fowler, Munising, Dollar Bay, Keweenaw Bay, L'Anse, Ripley, Chassell, Ontonagon and the neighboring towns. Nuptials Are Held At Dearborn Church Miss Ann Purdy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter P u r.d y, 8356 Roselawn, Detroit, an d Gerald Samarziya, 8215 Braile, Detroit, son of Mr. and Mrs. John S^marziya, 529 Yale Ave., Bessemer, were married Saturday, June 26, at St. August i n e Church. Dearborn. The bri d e was given in marriage by her father The bride's floor length gown of whire satin had sequins and pearls at the neckline, long pointen sleeves and stra i g h t skirt with a long train. Her three-tiered veil of illusion fell from a crown of crystals and her bouquet was fashioned of roses. Na icy Samarziya, Milwaukee; sister of the bridegroom, as maid of honor, wore a white gown with lilac trim, and Mrs. Joanne Romps, Detroit, frie n d of the nride, and Mrs. Raymond Brown, cousin of the bridegroom, as bridesmaids, wore lilac gowns with white trim. Raymond Brown served Mr. Samarziya as best man, and Donald Samarziya, Bessem e r, brother of the bridegroom, and Larry Tomayko, Detroit, were groomsmen. A wedding dinner was served and the bride and bridegroom greeted about 200 guests at their reception held at Mercury Laine Hall After the reception they left for a week's wedding trip, and are now residing at 8518 Clover] awn, Deroit. Mr. Samarziya, a graduate oi A. D. Johnston High School, Bessemer, is employed at the Wayne Ford Plant, Detroit. 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