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The World of Women SIX Capucci Shows Glowing Gowns For Ballroom j By LOUISE HICKMAN j AP Fashion Writer PARIS (AP)—Phosphorescent ballgowns whirling around the; darkened showroom put a surprising end on the art-patterned and geometrically-cut Capucci collection today. Six models slipped into the | *a1on all at once, and before j anyone had caught a single detail on their bead-embroidered j gowns, the lights went out. Ev-> ery single bead glowed in the dark as the models turned and twirled around the room. Smooth gabardines demask- woven in black and white optic. patterns, were used for the suits ana seven-eights coats. He used ribbon bands of black to create • patterns on patterns. The Capucci silhouette is strict and almost straight, : beautifully cut and shaped with soft shoulders. Collars rise and on smooth fleece coats they jut as well, faced with contrasting, velvet to match the dress underneath. , Capucci dress necklines rose high in a continuous seamless cut, or were cut out in geometric stair-step outlines. He showed short kimono sleeves on MONDAY, AUGUST 2, 1965. Polly's Pointers By POLLY CRAMF.R i Dear Polly— I have certainly', i profited from reading the col-j ! umn. which is part of my daily j ' routine. I have a sewing tip for i the other girls. When making i buttonholes across the ribs in '• corduroy, the material oft e n i stretches until the buttonhole is i entirely out of shape. Place a i small strip of gummed tape i across the area to be buttonholed, work through the tape along with the material, then remove the tape and have a perfect buttonhole.—MRS. R. H. Girls—Put the tape on the back of the material and before you cut the buttonhole. I was ?o pleased that there was no sign of corduroy raveling. When the buttonhole is worked, pull the ; tape away from that area around 'the hole. Since the tape is on ! the back, there is no worry about i trying to get any little bits out i | that are caught in the stitches, j enant women's Auxiliary will PRACTICAL NURSE INSTRUCTION—Pictured above are two phases of instruction given to the students in the Practical Nurses Program being conducted at Grand View and Divine Infant Hospitals. At the left. Miss Isabelle Zigawski, R.N., is shown instructing a group of students on procedures at a nurses' station at Divine Infant Hospital. Shown from left to right are Mrs. Bertha Niemi, Ironwood: Rigard Bigari, Iron River; Mrs. Gertrude Schlais. Gile, Miss Connie Grayson, Wakefield, students; Miss Zigawski; Miss Josie Blaisdall Boulder Junction, and Miss Mary Hunter, Ironwood, students. In the picture at the right are Miss Grayson. left, and Mrs. Elliott Doane, R.N. supervisor, in the nursery at Divine Infant Hospital. Church Events Bethany Covenant. The Cov- The Mature Parent Personal Items Mrs. Arnold' Usem and children, Carolyn. Linda and Mark of Red Wing. Minn., are visit- Mrs By BRUNO BETTELHEIM Dr. B.: Are we still talking!} ^ _„„...„ about spoiling children? What j £° M."Mark. "Hurley". do vou mean by spoiling? i T v • . , ., ,, ,, \ Mr. ancl Mrs. James Johns o i Mother: Mine's spoiled rotten.! an . ived SIDESWEPT stunning date DETAIL dress for - A the POLLY , i ia ve a potluck supper Tuesday Dear Polly—A pants hanger is \ night at 6 at the norne of Miss handy to use to hold open thei Edith j onnsorK North Hemlock pages of a book or magaz me; stveet when building or making an arti-j ' ,„„ „„ cle from instructions in the book 1 St. Paul Lutheran. The Mon-, or magazine. Besides hoi d i n g| treal Martha Circle will meetj Bu t he's not being spoiled any, T { , the paies open, you can use the! Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the more! , icxas. 10 spena hook on the hanger to hang it up; Emil Sorvala home, with Mrs.! Dr B . WhQ am l io argue ! so plans can be easily read with-, Sorvala as hostess. j in favQ1 , Qf your cni i d? i may >. out becoming soiled.—MRS. E.: st. Luke's Lutheran. The: in a moment, but first tell mei D. M. 'trustees will have a meet i n gj-what you mean by spoiling? Girls—This I liked for holding i Tuesday night at 7:30. ,' Mother: Oh. it's just that I closing, and a new-looking low- redingotes erecl oelt and some sexy new dresses are i No. 1432 with PATT-O-RAMA blouses under suits. Suits and slender have to be doing something for almost all dresses and tiny over-! young in heart.with^center ^coo^ooYo^and hSKS' llie8aay n ' Bni " l '"^ ; Mother: ° h ' il ' S * St thal up out of the way ing clutter.—POLLY Dear Polly— I really being shown by Chanel this; season. ; The Chanel suit stands al-| though some felt it is cut just' a shade closer to the body, and : there is less complexity in the i trimmings?;:' but the essential; look remains. : New spangly dresses, with what one expert called a "gambling-House" air — body- 1 clinging with generous scooped is in sizes 10. 12, 14, 16. 18, 20. Bust 31 to 40. Size 12, 32 bust, 3',s yards of 45-inch. To order, send 50c in coin.s to: Sue Burnett, Ironwood Daily Globe, j 407 S. Wacker Drive, i Chicago. 111. 60607 For ist-class mailing add lOc , for each pattern. Print name, address with zip code, style No. i and size. : Don't miss the fall & winter j '65 issue of Basic Fashion, our: enj o y reading the homemaking ideas. One of my own is that of using a breadbox lor storing bills, phone books, etc. As my telephone is on the kitchen wall, I nf thp cnol-- Grace Lutheran. The Boy of the COOK m Tuesday n ig h t him all the time! • Dr. B.: How old 0 at 7. Salvation Army. The Young Mother: He's four. Dr. B.: And when People's meeting will be held tyranny "begin? diet this Tuesday at 6 p.m. decolletes — got great response in the Chanel opening Friday. , -- . • , Chanel continues to use wrap-; complete pattern magazine. 50c.! over skirts, most often lapped back and front. Sometimes the wrap conceals a double pleat for walking ease. Club Activities The members of Inclianh e a d Ontonagon — Siloa Lutheran. The Church Women will meet st 8 p.m. Tuesday parlors. Dorcas Mother: Right after birth. Dr. B.: How come? Why? Mother: I don't know why. Sunday from Houston a week visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs George Johnson. 322 Doug 1 a Blvd. Mrs. Edward Tungate a n i children of Seattle, Wash,. ar< visiting at the home of Mr. am Mrs. Leonard Tassava and with I other relatives. I Mrs. Larry Kaemmerer and ! son, Jackie. Los Angeles, a r i rived here by plane to spend j several weeks with her sister,, ; Mrs. John Kangas Jr. and Mrs. Ann Landers .Answers Your Problems. Dear Ann Landers: Perhaps if i for some reason he does poorly in school. The real problem is that Douglas is unhappy because he has no friends. The children in the ny children see this in your olumn they will believe it. I cannot seem to get through to them Please ask your printers to t>ut l*ie next sentence in large neighborhood pick on him. Nal turally the boy feels very much ype ' --- alone My nusband and I are consid- I DO NOT WANT A TV SET Let me explain. I am a widow with three lovely daught e r s. They are generous, kind and thoughtful. Their husbands are grand, too. My children would do anything in the world for me. For three years they have been trying to give me a TV set for Christmas, Mother's Day Easter—anything. I happen to enjoy the radio and I also read books. I don't want a TV set. Yesterday my oldest daughter called and said, "Mother, please let us buy you a TV for Labor Day—even if you never turn it on. WE want you to have one just so the neighbors can see the antenna." I don't, want a TV set. Ann, and I wish they'd quit pestering me Please help. —A FREAK NO DOUBT Dear No Freak: Let your children buy you an antenna. Tell them they can skip the set. *• ft <r Dear Ann Landers: Our 13- year-old son is a good boy. He seems bright enough at home but ering putting Douglas in another school. We have even thought of selling our home and moving to another neighborhood. It stands to reason that this unfrien d 1 y atmosphere will have a permanently damaging effect on our Please comment on Christi a n charity. Is it a thing of the past? —DISILLUSIONED Dear Disillusioned: It's pathetic that parents would want their son to be accepted out of "charity" rather than for his personal worth. Changing schools will not offer any answers. And neither will moving to another neighborhood—because you'll be taki n g the problem with you. The problem is Douglas. The kids are reacting to Douglas' personal i t y, which must be obnoxious. And you don't help by making excuses for the boy. The school counselor or your physician can hope you will guide you. get the boy I the Ellen Hoist, and brothers, John in the church ; I'm always just waiting on him.! ancl Jack Rokola. Circle is in; Dr. B.: What does he do that! Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Samar- i esses. charge of the program and Rutiij gets you down? i dich and daughters, Paula andj Circle members will be host-i Mother: Oh. you've just got to j Julie, left Sunday for thier home j play with him all day long. j at Stamford. Conn., after visit-) Dr. B.: So what do you do? i ing their parents and other rel- Entertain him? | atives. En route home they Mother: Yes, After all, I want ; are visiting friends at Chicago. him to be happy. Dr. B.: "By golly, he's going j £ ag]es Auxiliary Pre-Nuptial Shower j Honors Donna Dean | MARENSICO — A pre-nuptial •' 'Linings come up out of jack- Chapter, Sweet Adelines. Inc., ets and turn over to make a dou- will meet at the Sports Bowl at ble collar. ! 6 p.m. Tuesday and will go from What goes inside a Chanel suit. there to the cottage of Delores or coat is as important as the! Vaara's parents, Mr. and Mrs outside, and often costs more.' Hjalmer Mattson, at Pine Lake, Chanel says that she likes her for a picnic, things to look as pretty draped The y^ i& ^ 5 of Kaleva will _ to be happy if it kills me!" ! shower honoring Miss Donna Motner; W ell. he's not a n y , TQ Meet find it helpful to have such! Dean was held at the Marenisco more trouble than a two-month- things handy. I keep my bread-i Town Hall Wednesday night. A old baby. The Ironwood Eagles Auxili- over the back of a chair, as on the back of a client. meet Wednesday, Aug. 4, at i7:30 p.m. at the Kaleva Hall. i There will be degree work ancl all members attend. are requested to Births Bergquist. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bergquist, 214 Geneva Cii-irtlitvinn st., a daughter, July si & t\ \juaiitymg Grand View Hospital. j Will Be Played Hoffschneider. The Rev. and; Qualifying rounds for box on the table beneath the telephone. The table looks neat and I do not have to worry about such things getting misplaced or falling ancl getting lost. — MARY ANN Dear Polly—I have found that nylon net does a good job when cleaning dead bugs off the windshield, bumper, grille and front of the car when you are washing it. Just wash as usual and rub 6:30 dinner was served tables having pieces of two silver wedd i_n g rings mounted on a Dr. B.: Now, look, let's not go comparing different ag e s: they all have their troubles. . . ~w"h'i~t e Does he go to nursery school? to 65 center- ary will have a meeting Thurs- , , , in the egg. Add the dry ingre- Final plans will be made for dients and milk . beat just until « a n e H°« schneidAer St. Suffolk St.. a son, Aug. Grand View Hospital. tournament will be the played by base attached to a white dove. The honor guest's table was Mother: months to I've waited five get into one but the "Tourist Bake Sale" to be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday. Aug. 6. at the McKevitt- centered with a floral arrange-: Cere's a long waiting list. K 'ershner-Patrick Co. Store. ment in a dainty cart. The room was decorated with pink and white streamers and white wedding bells and the gift They soon disappear.—PAT Dear Polly—Anyone who sells eggs might be interested to ty white lace umbrella. After dinner games played and prizes at ]the members of the Women's i Golf League of the Gogeb i c. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Carl) Country Cluo Wednesday. A new Anderson, Wakefield, a daugh- medalist will be selected for ter, July 31 at Divine Infant this year as Effie Norton, mecl- Hospital, Wakefield. alist, who moved out of town, will not defend her title. were were know that"one"-foot-squar"e of ny-l awarded. The special gift was Ion net, folded several times'awarded to Mrs. Milton Tice, over to form a pad, makes an! having the wedding anniversary excellent dry cleaner for eggs, j nearest Miss Dean's set wed- Washing removes the "bloom" | ding date, from eggs so that they will not) Assisting Miss Dean at the keep as well. Wash eggs only gift table were her sisters in before cracking to use them.— law, Mrs. Robert Dean and Mrs. Dr. B.: What about other children on the block? Mother: Oh, he plays -with them. Dr. B.: Then he can't be on your hands all the time. What about inviting other children to the house? Mother: Other children d o come over. But he's still on my Chairman, Mrs. Joseph Finco, is being assisted by Mrs. Thomas Archambeau and M r s. Leno A. Zadra. Hostesses for Thursday's meeting will be Mrs. Louis Tekala and Mrs. Fred Cummings. AUNT MARY Ronald Dean of Iron Mountain Dr. B.: Where else would you: want him to be? After all, he has to do something. He's alive. He can't read the Great Books yet. Mother: No, but before Top-Notch 4-H Club To Meet Wednesday The Top Notch 4-H Club will meet Aug. 4 at 1:30 p.m. at the home of the junior leader, Laura Liimakka. At the July 28 meeting at the Liimakka home decorations help he needs or he'll always be out ol step. ft 6 A Dear Ann Landers: I'd like to sit in your chair for a few minutes ancl say a few wrods to that high school girl who said she's father stay home than accept a date with a creep. I had the same idea when I was in high school—and I s a t home plenty. Several years later I realized that today's creep might be tomorrow's prize. I know now that every person has a blooming period and sometimes the later bloomer has the more genuine and more durable bloom. The relf-centered girl who doesn't want to be bothered with an awkward and shy lad may have opssed up a rare Jewel. The girl who has good sense will go out with the "creep." It could be precisely what the boy needs to gain confidence and make him less creepy on the next date. — SMJ Dear SMJ: You've said it in a different way. My battle cry for teen-age girls is this: Quit running after the two or three hot shots in the crowd. The ability to recognize potential can be the most rewarding talent of all. Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of this , newspaper enclosing a stamped gethef '4 cup each butter, sug- j self-aclr'ressed envelope. ar and Unsifted regular flOUr. 'Copyright, W65, Field Entcrpriie*. Ine Family Dinner By CECILY BROWNSTONE Your family will dote on you if you make them this pudding. Fried chicken with hominy grits and gravy, green peas, sliced tomatoes, strawberry pudding, beverage. STRAWBERRY PUDDING H-4 cups unsifted regular flour l'/i teaspoons baking powder 1 ' 2 teaspoon salt i.j. cup butter or margarine :! i cup sugar l teaspoon vanilla 1 large egg '•• cup milk I 1 -! pints strawberries, hulled Topping Mixture i on a piece of wax paper, stir together the flour, baking powder and salt, in a medium mix- Ing bowl, cream the butter, sug- . .. „ . , , atj atjhe Veteiansj arband vanllla . thoroughly beat smooth. Turn into a buttered! square cake pan (8 by 8 by 2 inches): place strawberries over batter. Drop small blobs of the Topping Mixture over the berries. Bake in a moderate (350 degrees) oven until cake tester inserted in center comes out clean of batter— about 1 hour. Serve warm — with whipped cream if you like. Makes 8 servings. Topping Mixture: Cream to- Dues must Wednesday at to enter the tournament. be paid before 12 noon in order Bazaar Aug. 7 at Watersmeet Church WATERSMEET — The an-' The "fewest putts" event will nual church bazaar will be held he held in the qualifying rounds at Union Congregational Church i and 18 holes must be played mi Saturday, Aug. 7, beginning at: championship flight. 10 a.m. Various booths will be. ! Burner will be served W e d- r-i^lc M-irinn npt- ~ha< r-prtaiiVv i cmrt -Mr*. Richard Donev Jr of i Christmas he would play around Girls-Nylon net has certanuy \ ^Mrs^ Rjcnaia^uoney^m i ^ ^^ ^ entertaln hlmse i f were made for the float that will become an indispensible homemaking aid. How did we ever get along without it? Having no newly laid eggs I am tak i n g many gifts and money. Out of town guests were Mrs. Robert Dean, Mrs. Stewart Aunt Mary's hint at face value. Dean and Mrs. Ronald Dean of -POLLY Iran Mountain, Mrs. W. | owski of Kenosha, Wis., Mrs Share your favorite homemak-s Diane Wolski of Milw a ukee, for hours. He was very quiet and happy. Dr. B.: Who told you that he was happy? de- Faltin-i Mother: Well, he wasn't 1 manding; he wasn't crying. Dr. B.: That's right. The moth- be in the Gogebic County Fair 4-H parade. Laura held a cooking session July 29 at which the you n g j members made apple crisp and muffins. Linda Kivi, also a junior lead-! kOIlClJ. V. VWt.ll AM » Wi * v*, »««•» .._„.. _ 'J^lClilC. VYU*ai\l Wl 4TA** " tl *A*kX.l^ , ,., ,1- ill -1 , „ -*( f .. ing ideas . . . send them to Polly: Mrs . Roland Ant0 ine of Ram- *LlL^ ore l^L^ *°j;! "i *£1 *JE al ™!f,S5 l01 i V d 11J ** Vt4i4.Ul.lt3 l_'t_*WllU»J VTA**. w%-: , . jii^»t_4^t*i:i---*Jv^«««-«*'"—•----— — „; ^y^ 1 O. A WlUliVA ^HlVW»ll-w wx »VM»»» — , set up and will include the i 0 l-',nesday. Reservations are to »e j in care O f Ironwood Daily Globe, i sav , Mrs . Davi d Doney of Bes- anything — and that s identical 'made with Betty Kolesar, Phone you , n receive a do n ar if p 0 iiy j sem er, Mrs. Richard Doney Sr., wltn tne cnild being happy. Isn t lowing: Baby and doll, Mrs. Sam Chiochios; fancy work, Mrs. Dale Jenkins; plant, white elephant and "Pig'n a Poke," Mrs. Alice Jenkins; fish pond, Mrs. Louis Kersten; baked goods and candy, Mrs. Rudy Petterson and Mrs. Rudy Reichardt. The church will be open Fri- 932-1121. Selem Group Will See Slides Tuesday | Sweet Adelines at Mrs. Hulda Josephson will present a program of slides taken on a recent trip to Sweden, at the organization meet- uses your idea in Polly's Point- j Mrs . ers. j Mrs. Robert i field, Mrs. Harold Zippro, Mrs. ! Tice and Mrs. Chessie Gerald i of Presque Isle, Wis. Doney Jr. andj tlaat a funny kmi * o* attitude? Brunell of Wake- day evening before the bazaar j ing of the senior citizens group at 7:30 p.m. when the chairmen l of Salem Lutheran Church and set up the Tuesday at 2 p.m. in fellowship will arrange booths. hall. All members, who are 65 The public is invited to attend I or over, and their wives or hus- thlg annual event. bands, who might not be are invited. Mr. and Mrs. Lars It's a good idea to use extra-i Hjalmquist and Mr. and Mrs. fine granulated sugar when you | Roger Johnson will serve r e are making meringues. ! freshments after the meeting. i This Week Only at 8:30 INDIANHEAD MOUNTAIN PLAYHOUSE Two On»-Act Comedies "THE TYPIST" and "HEUO OUT THERE" TUES., WED., THURS., SAT. ADMISSION $1.00 and $1.50 NO ADMISSION CHARGE TO PERSONS DINING AT LODGE Before attending the playhouse, enjoy our * SMORGASBORD SERVED ON PERFORMANCE EVENINGS 6 p.m.-8 p.m.—$3.50 Your Favorite Drink «*'"." Lodge Bar The Ruttie INDIANHEAD MTN. LODGE 1 MILE EAST OFF U.S. HIGHWAY 2—JUST WEST OF WAKEFIELD. MICH. R«»»rr»ticni SugB«*«d • • • Ph°n« W»k»*ield 224-8501 Lake Gogebic Meet About 20 members of the I Indianhead Chapter, Swe e t Adelines, Inc., sang at a meeting of the Lake Gogebic Land Owners Association held July 24 at Weber's Resort. The group directed by Dr. D. A. Hooperingarner, was enthusiastically received and was invited to appear again next year. The women made a striking picture in their pink and white costumes w h i c h were hig h • lighted with sequin trim. Lunch was served to group after the program. the the photography members. Tony Ostermon Is Back FH r Vacation! ^ CALL TONY FOR COAL or FUEL OIL Friendly, Courteous, Efficient Delivery Service TWIN CITY FUEL co 323 S. Lowell St., Ironwood St. John's Church Service Wednesday A devotional service will b e held Wednesday night at 7:30 at St. John's Lutheran C h u rch, West Airport Road, North Ironwood, with the Rev. Oliver A. Hallberg officiating. A filmstrip on stewardship will be shown, a brief business meeting of the congregation concerning church repairs will be held and lunch will be served by women of the church. Farewe]] Parry for Mis. Haiold Dain WATERSMEET — Mrs. Harold Dain was the honored guest at a farewell party July 29 in the Union Congreg a t i o n a 1 Church parlors. A social time was held during the evening and the honored guest was presented with many gifts. Lunch was served to 20 guests from a table centered with a large pink and white cake. Hostesses were the members of the Ladies Aid with, Mrs. Herman Wassan and Mrs. Rudy Reichardt, as co-chairmen. Mr. and Mrs. Dain and daughter, Christine, will make their new home in Milwaukee where Mr. Dain is employed. When you are using a n u t crust for a pie, it is usually best to spread the mixture only over the bottom and sides —but not the rim —of the pie plate. This type of crust calls for sugar, nuts (finely chopped, rotary- grated or ground) and a sus- ! picion r.f flour or crumbs. ROBERT L. ZIELINSKI When Personal Service Counts In an hour of need, it is good to know where you can find unobtrusive efficiency in a home-like atmosphere of dignity and beauty. CHAPPELL-ZIELINSKI Funeral Service Courteoui Competent Funeral Service Our Only Concern 631 E««l Ayer St. Dial 932-4410 Ironwood Trout Creek Personals I David Hutchenson, Milwaukee] visited at the Glen Manning! home for a weekend. M r s . I Hutchenson and son will soon return to Milwaukee. Miss Jane Taeger has r e turned from a vacation with re-j latives in Detroit. ; Joni and Glen Manning were| recent L'Anse callers. Mrs. Hazel Sliger entertained the Rev. and Mrs. Everettej Brltton and family, Fairw i nri, j Bear, Del., Mr. and Mrs. Wil-i liam Sweeney and Mrs. Louise 1 MacLauclin, Marquette, at herj home recently. Miss Patricia McGinty, Green Bay, spent a weekend with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Donald McDonald, Ontonagon, were visitors atj the Lew McDonald home. Mrs. Dorothy Moffitt was honored at a pink and blue shower recently at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Helen C o t- tenham. Games were played andj the honored guest receiv e d many beautiful gifts. Hostesses were June Dove, Joyce Cottonham and Betty Moffitt. Mr.uand Mrs. Harold Johnson 1 and daughters of Milw a u k e, e' visited Albert Johnson, Mrs.j Thomas Grooms and Mr. and Mrs. Abner Seppanen recently. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Roy Maki and children, Zlon. 111., are visiting at the Nickolas M a k 1 and George Tooley homes. Mrs. Victor Aho has been discharged from the Bar a g a County Hospital she has been a medical patient. Mrs. Beulah Grooms, Sidnaw, visited at the Edward Nehmer home recently. Mr. and Mrs. William Christen were recent visitors at Crystal Falls. Roy Anderson and Andrew Ojala. Crystal Falls, were visitors here lor a weekend. Exceptional Offer for Two Days Only! IRONWOOD Bring in your children, ages 8 w««ks to 13 years, and receive a 5x7 photo for just a PENNY A POUND. A 5x7 photo of an 1Mb. child Is Ju*t 181. LIMIT, 1 photo per child, 2 children per family. Mutt be accompanied by mother. GROUP PHOTO 2 Children 1.50 A 5x7 Photograph of Your Child for Just Choose from four chermlng 00*9s »y a »r6fe»»ltnal TINY TOT Photographer. Proofs may be taken home and milled back. Ne Salesmen. After you see your proofs you may order these specials If you wish. 5x7's at 99< each, Wallet size at 4 for 99<. PHOTOGRAPHER'S HOURS: C PER POUND OF YOUR CHILD'S WEIGHT Tuesday, Aug. 3-11 A.M.-5 P.M. Wednesday, Aug. 4-10 A.M.-5 P.M.

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