Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on August 4, 1965 · Page 7
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The World of Women WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1965. SEVEN Roundup About Styles Given EDITOR'S NOTE — The new Paris fashion, showings for fall! and winter are almost ended. In! this special roundup, an AP fashion specialist sums up major trends in the new styles. By LOUISE IIICKMAN AP Fashion Writer PARIS (AP) _ Conical! shapes, well covered up, dominate the new Paris fashion collections for fall and winter. That's the outstanding impression one has after view ing advance showings of the new fashions which opened July 26 and end this Friday with a preview of the Yves Saint-Laurent collection. Buyers who have seen the new Saint-Laurent collection hail it as the best in Paris, commenting particulary on his brilliant use of color in creating geometric patterns outlined in bars of black. fj o t> No one mentions hemlines at Saint-Laurent, and in other fall winter collections lengths play lesser roles than had been expected. The acceptable average would seem to be mid-knee. The prevailing shape is a slender cone, which gives new dimension to the A-line. Shoulders and long sleeves are slender. Collars are high, loose rings. Suit jackets are longer. Belts circle but never clinch. Most of them are slung loosely around the hips, on dresses. Hcim has many knee-length full-blown knickers, in fur or fabric for any hour of the day, and Lanvin showed the same harem shapes for at-home wear. •""W MR., MRS. GERSTEN Couple Married At Milwaukee Miss Jo Ann Lundquist and Thomas Tutzinski were married July 31 at St. W e nc esl a us Church, Milwaukee. The bride chose a white ful length sheath gown with a long train. Her headpiece was pear and crystal crown with a shoulder length veil. Her attendants, Mrs. Jeffrey Potrykus, the bride's sister and Darlene Wesolowski, wore yellow floor length chif f o n gowns with matching headpieces and white elbow length gloves. A buffet supper for 200 guests was followed by a reception. The bride is the daughter of Volek-Cersten Benefit Event Slated Sept. 4 QNTONAGON — The Ontonagon Drum and Bugle Corps nas completed plans to sponsor the Volek-Gersten benefit c o n- cert, Sept. 4, at the Community Building. The singing duo is well known n musical circles, having performed here to standing room only in June. Several request songs ar< in the program, also songs to please the Beatle fans. Both will appear in opera this coming season at Louisville, Ky., and in the opening opera in Bloomington, Ind. Miss Volek in the lead role as Norina and Gersten as Dr. Maletesta in "Don Pasquale." Tickets for the local concert are available at the various business establishments. The Gerstens plan to arrive in Ontonagon Aug. 5. Miss Catherine Susan Trier Bride of Gary Brian Caruso In i nuptial service at St. Mary Catholic Church, Hurley, Satur<1av, July 31, at 11 a.m., Miss Catherine Susan Trier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Celestin Trier, 503 Iron St., was given in marriage by her father to Gary Brian Caruso, son of Mr. and Mrs Carmine Caruso, 116 1st Ave , N., Hurley. The bride and bridegroom repeated their vows atter the Rt. Rev. M s g r . Michael A. Prock, officiant at the service. The bride chose a floor length iKeiiny'i Studio Photo) MRS. GARY B. CARUSO And that is about it, as far as Mr. and Mrs. Winston Lund- pants are concerned. jquist, Milwaukee, and grand- In short-skirt collections, leg-, daughter of Mrs. Hugo Saarnio, covering gaiters in fabrics toj Hlirle Y- Botn Mr - and Mrs - fatch coats or dresses take the ;S?arnio attended the wedding. Mrs. Louis Lehocky Marks Anniversary Mrs. Louis Lehocky, La k e place of boots. In both French and Italian collections, the search is on for! new coat shapes. There are twirly wide coats in the Ricci; and Molyneux collections. At Avenue, celebrated her 73rd Ricci they are scarf-wrapped birthday anniversary Sun day, around the neck and buttonless. I Aug. 1, with friends and rela- Molyneux buttons them high, lives. The beautifully decorated once, at the neck. birthday cake which centered ooo | the luncheon table was made by The newest evening look is; Mrs. Sophie DeRosie. strapless, cut high to cover Mrs. Lehocky received many cleavage. The gowns are cut! lovely gifts, money and cards. Church Events Jehovah's Witnesses. A ministry school will be held at 7 Thursday night and the service meeting will be held at 8. Salem Lutheran. The Christian education committee will met Thursday night at 7:30. Bethany Covenant. The Dorcas Society will have a meeting Thursday night at 7:45 in the church parlors. Hostess e s are Mrs. Axel Swanson and Mrs. Ellen Ericson. Trinity Lutheran. The Walther League will have a study and business session T h u r s- day night at 7. fit. Luke's Lutheran. An elders meeting will be held at 7:30 Thursday night. Salvation Army. The Lad i e s Home League will meet Thursday night at 7. Watersmeet — Baptist. M i d- week prayer meeting will be held Thursday at 7 p.m. close to the rib cage, circle the body in a slender, stiff cone from a point above the waiste. They always have some sort of covering — a jewelled jacket, a long coat, or a scarf wrap. Lunch was served to about 15 guests, who enjoyed a social afternoon and evening. black "cavalier" felt. At Lanvin and Ricci there were bandanna Rigid domed hats dominate wraps in firm felt. Patou the collections. But the newest- showed a bandanna-wrapped looking hat is Dior's wide, soft, "sphinx" coif, often in suede. FREEDSTROM'S Shoe Sale -SUMMER SHOES- Bone, Beige, White, Tan ON RACKS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE * TWEEDIES * 65 Reg. 15.99-16.99 NOW * VITALITY * 69 .Reg. 13.99-14.99 NOW -ALL SALES FINAL- FREEDSTROM'S finer shoes for finer shoes, if s Freedstrom's ... of course 129 E. Aurora Ironwood Phone 932-1902 Duplicate Bridge Club Meets Tonight The Range Duplicate Bridge Club will meet tonight at 7:30 in the American Legion club rooms. All interested bridge players are invited to play. Winners at last week's session were the following: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sutter, first; Mrs. Carol Lee and Mrs. Louise Kaufman, Milwaukee; second; Mr. and Mrs. John Fox, third; Ray Quady and Prank Barbera, fourth; Howard Willson and Bill Kennedy, fifth. Also in the top 50 per cent were Angeline DiUlio and Marie Albert, Jessie Willson and Patricia Skovera, Oscar Sjow a 11 and Stanley Varner. Carol Eastman, A. Piilola Wed Miss Carol Eastman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Eastman, Route 1, Hurley, and Albert Piilola, son of Mr. and Mrs Nante Piilola, Route 1, Ironwood, repeated their vows Thursday, July 29, at 10:30 a.m. at St. Paul Lutheran Church. The Rev. Oliver A. Hallberg read the vows and officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride chose a two-piece navy blue suit with red accessories. Her corsage was of red roses and white carnations. Attending the bride as matron of honor was her aunt, Mrs. Wilfred Gabrielson, who wore a beige print sheath with matching accessories. Wilfred Gabrielson served as best man. The wedding party and i m mediate family were served a dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs Felix Eastman after the wedding and a small reception for friends and relatives was held in the evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eino Piilo 1 a. Mr. and Mrs. Piilola have left for Milwaukee where they will be employed. gown ot Chantilly lace fashioned with long sleeves on the fitted bodice which was enhanced with miniature seed pearls and sequins at the neckline and on the front bodice. A bow adorned the waist at the back. The b r i d e's headpiece, made by her sister, Mrs Robert Ramuta, was a pillbox witr fingertip veil highlighted with lace appliques. Mrs Henry' Leinon was matron ol honor and Miss Diane Caruso was bridesmaid. Their street length gowns consisted of fluttering tiers of nylon lace on mint green silk organza with bodices of tr.e same lace bound in silk organza. Jospin Trier was Mr. Caruso's best mar and Ronald Caru s o was groomsman. Serving as ushers were Joseph Pavlov i c h and William Caruso. The wedding dinner • was served at El Rancho, Highw a y 51, and the wedding reception, at which the bride and bridegroom received 300 guests, was held at the Kimball Community Center. After a short wedding trip to Wisconsin Dells, Mr. and the new Mrs Caruso are at home at 3037 South 83rd St., Milwaukee The bride, a graduate of the J. E Murphy High School, Hur ley, is employed at Pal e 11 e Beauty Studio, Milwaukee, anc the bridegroom, a graduate o the same high school, is em- Ann Landers . Answers Your Problems. ployed at the Milwaukee County Courthouse. Company Dinner By CECILY BROWNSTONE You can serve this flavorful vegetable dish hot or cold. Veal chops, potatoes, eggplant medley, green salad, bread tray, fruit sherbet, beverage. EGGPLANT MEDLEY 1 large eggplant (iy z pounds) 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 medium onion, diced 1/3 cup diced green pepper 1 can (8'ounces) tomato sauce 14 teaspoon each salt and pepper ] / 2 teaspoon dried oregano % teaspoon garlic powder Va cup sliced pitted ripe olives Wash eggplant and cut off ends; leave unpeeled and cut into % to 1-inch cubes. In a large skillet heat the olive oil and lightly cook the onion and green pepper in it. Add the eggplant, tomato sauce, salt, pepper, oregano and garlic powder; mix well. Cover tightly and simmer stirring occasionally, until eggplant looks clear and is soft —about 30 minutes. Stir in the 8194 3-8 yr«. PRINCESS FOR GIRLS — A pretty tulip is a nice detail on this princess dress for girls of three to eight. Sew with or without sleeves; collar is optional, too. No. 8194 with PATT-O-RAMA is in sizes 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 years. Size 4, with sleeves, 1 yard of 45-inch; collar, ] /i yard. 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. Complete, inspiring, easy to read—the fall & Winter '65 Basic Fashion. Send 50c now for your copy. v Reunion Is Held by Anderson Brothers Four Anderson brothe r s, former Marenisco resid e n t s , who had not been together for 24 years, met last weekend at the home of their brother in law, Chester Baker, Marenisco, for a reunion. Present for the reunion were Walter Anderson, his daughter, Mrs. Frank Niemi, and grandchildren, Debra and Dayle of Brookings, Ore.; Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson of Marne, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Anderson, and daughter, Linda Mary of Wisconsin Rapids, and Mr. and Mrs. Lynard Anderson of Hillside, Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kangas and daughters, Kim and Chriss, have returned to their home at Waukegan, 111., after visiting their parents, Mrs. Charles Kangas, Gile, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Snow, North Lowell Street. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Anderson and son, Craig, who visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Aho, South Nor folk Street, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Snow, N. Lowel Street, have returned to their home at Kalamazoo. While here they also attended the wedding o f Mrs. Anderson's brother, Philip, and Miss Connie Saari. Dear Ann Landers: You asked me to let you know how things are going so here I am. Remember when my husband moved that trampy girl into our house and told the kids "Cousin Ginger" was going to stay with us until she found a job. Well, that's when I thought I w a s having a heart attack and the doctor said it was just a muscle spasm brought on by nerv e s You advised me to pack the girl's things—and my husband's things, too—and leave them on the porch. My husband said I was forcing him to make a choice and he was choosing Ginger. I told him it was all right with me but I would not give him a divorce. He then said, "It sounds like you've been getting advice from that nutty Ann Landers." The children and I have been much happier since he left. My blood pressure is down 40 points and the kids have stopped having nightmares. My husband phoned yesterday to say he just got a promotion and was moving out of state He is taking Ginger with him. What shall I tell him? LOTTIE Dear Lottie: Tell him to be sure and write every month- even if it's only a check. And see a laywer before he scrams, a <r a Dear Ann Landers: Please overlook the mispelled words and the coffee I just spilled on the letter I am going to dry it out and send it. If I start over I'll never mail it. Our oldest son is 33, unmarried and in the Dear State: If Everett is 33, he's old enough to know what he's doing. Hope for the best, give them your blessings and wish him luck. (He'll need it). In the meantime, the fewer details to family and friends, the better. it it ft Dear Ann Landers: I went Army. We've been hoping Everett would find a nice girl and settle down. Everett telephoned last night from Texas. He said, "I've met her at last. She's the loveliest girl in the world. We are getting married this weekend." I was thrilled. Then he said, "I think I ought to tell you she is pregnant and that the ,b a b y isn't mine. But I want to marry her anyway." I thought I was hearing things, Ann, like maybe someone else's hooked into 'Please son, 111. Also present were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hill and children, Colleen, Paula anS Randall, formerly of Milwaukee, who are residing temporarily with her father, Chester Baker. Mrs. Hill is a niece to Walter, John Harry and Lynard Anderson. Special Service af St. Simon's Church Special services will be held at St. Simon's Orthodox Church Sunday morning, Aug. 8. The Rev. John Meyandorf of N e w York City will hold di v i n e liturgy at 10 and will hear confessions from 9 to 10. After the service, dinner will b e served in the church parlors. conversation was our line. I said, repeat that." Well, he said it again, the very same thing. Both my husband and I are in a daze. Do you think this gir' loves Everett or is she trying to trap him? What should we tel our friends about the baby? Please help us.—STATE OF SHOCK over my girl's house last night (Tina is 16 and I am 17) and their hi-fi is in the basement so that's where we were. When I sat down on the sofa 1 heard a terrible crunch i n g sound. Tina screamed "My gosh you've sat on Herman and the Hermits. And especially my favorite one—Mrs. Brown You Have a Lovely Daughter." With that she gave me a sock on the head. My ear rang for fifteen minutes. I tried to apologize but she wouldn't listen. Finally I said, "Look records don't belong on chairs to begin with." She kicked me in the ankle and ordered me to leave. I phoned Tina this morning but she hung up on me. What should I do now? I really dig this chick.—AL Dear Al: This chick has a nasty temper and no self-control. This is a dangerous combination. With a little luck you might lose her altogether. •a & * 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 Enterprises, Inc. Pastor, Family To Be Honored A coffee hour honoring Pastor and Mrs. Thomas Schultz and family will be held in the social rooms of Zion Lutheran Church Sunday after the 9 a.m. English service and the 11 a.m. Finnish Service. Pastor and Mrs. Schultz and family will be leaving here soon to make their home at St. Paul, where Pastor Schultz will serve a mission congregation. Members of the coingregation and friends are invited. Combine strawberries with rhubarb and pineapple for a luscious summer pie. Club Activities The Ironwood Eagles Auxiliary will have a meeting Thursd a y night at 8 at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Hall. Final plans will be made for the "Tourist Bake Sale," to be held Friday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the McKevitt-Kershner-Patrick Co. Store. Hostesses for the meeting are Mrs. Louis Tekela and Mrs. Fred Cummings. olives. Serve hot Makes 6 servings. or chilled. Beautification of Roadsides Planned GRAND RAPIDS (AP)—Bids will be taken Aug. 12 by the State Highway Department on a project to beautify Michigan roadsides here. Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo and Detroit are pilot cities in the state's roadside beautification program. The project here covers planting a variety of trees to shield three auto wrecking yards from the viewers. Michigan Tech Gets Two Science Grants HOUGHTON (AP)—Michigan Technological University has received two National Science Foundation grants totaling $24,954, the school said. ; SUMMER Specials! Births Halverson. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Halverson, Route 2, Ironwood, a daughter, Aug. 3 at Grand View Hospital. RUBINSTEIN BATH POWDER"" ' °° SPECIAL REVLON HAIR SPRAY s R p- E8 a«'": REVLON CLEARAWAY For Acne, Reg. 2.95, SPECIAL 98c 98c 2.25 Good Manners Make Friends Daily Globe classifieds get results Summer is the time to relax outdoors. RUBINSTEIN COLOR SHAMPOO $175 Reg. 2.75 size, Special FASHION RITE PERMANENTS $400 Reg. 2.00 size, Special NUTRITONIC SHAMPOO 1.59 FORMULA 20 CREAM SHAMPOO &,"": 1.69 DESERT FLOWER Reg. 2.00, SPECIAL LOTION 1.00 CHARM BEAUTY SALON Pert 'n Pretty Hove your youngster's hair styled before school starts! Let us cut her hair in a becoming, suitable style that's easy to keep looking pretty! Come in today or call for an appointment. Four Expert Beauticians on hand at all times DIAL - 932-0221 Abov* the Metropolitan Ins. Co. Offices on Suffolk St. Pine BUBBLE BATH OIL Full Quart, Reg. 1.95 99 PERFECTION HAND CREAM $125 Reg. 2.50 Size, Special SHULTON BATH POWDER NU VEL San NAPKINS Reg. 1.79 Box, Special SOCIETY Reg. 400 ct., Box, Special Reg. 2.67 Size, SPECIAL TISSUES RINSE AWAY TRIER'S In Downtown Ironwood of Ironwood 1.00 1.29 25c 200 Jacket .. Sleeveless Jacket . . A-Line Skirt . 7.98 Slim Skirt 6.98 Blouse ..... 7.98 Jumper . . . 12.98 Shop Paul's Women's Wear for Co-ordinates and Separates. A co-ordinate with impeccable manners. The crisp, collnrless jacket is print lined to match the blouse, a long-sleeved Ascot ounce of easy-care. Slim self skirt has a leather belt All three of Fortrel^'/Avril*. Brigadier Gold, Turf Green. Sizes

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