Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on August 6, 1965 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 5

Publication:
Location:
Ironwood, Michigan
Issue Date:
Friday, August 6, 1965
Page:
Page 5
Start Free Trial
Cancel

The World of Women FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1965. FIVE Kruzan-Eifolla Nuptials Held In B nuptial High Mass at St. Ambrose Catholic Church Saturday, July 31, at 11 a.m., Miss Christine Ann Kruzan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kruzan, 1143 Minnesota Ave., Montreal, was united in marriage to Dennis Gerald Eifolla, 2209 N. Latham St., Rockford, 111., son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Eifolla, 207 Wilson St. The Rev. August Franczck performed the double ring ceremony preceding the celebration of the Mass. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of Chantilly-type lace over acetate and nylon, enhanced with miniature seed pearls and sequins at the neckline and front bodi c e. The bodice and sleeves were lined with nylon and the skirt with acetate. Her veil of pure silk illusion floated from a regal crown trimmed with simulat e d pearls and crystal beads. Pink roses and miniature pomp o n s formed the bride's bouquet. Mrs. Alfred Sprigarelli, sister of the bridegroom, was matron of honor, and Barbara Kruzan, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid. Their bell-skirted gowns were fashioned of brocaded acetate taffeta. The sleevel ess bodices were styled with scooped necklines and a self-corded bow highlighted the waistlines. Pillbox headpieces completed their ensembles. Alfred Sprigarelli was Mr. Eifolla's best man and Daniel Adams was groomsman. The wedding dinner was held at the home of the bride's parents and the wedding reception, | at which the bride and bride- j groom rceived 400 guests, was held at the Iron County Memor-j ial Building, Hurley. Mr. and Mrs. Eifolla are now at home at 2209 N. Latham St., Rockford, 111. The bride is a graduate of the J. E. Murphy High School, Hurley. The bridegroom, a graduate of the Luther L. Wright High School, is employed by Ingersoll Milling Machine Company, Rockford. (Kenny's Studio Photo) MRS. D. G. EIFOLLA Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Forsberg and sons, John, Scott and Tom, and .Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schanning and children, Debbie and Harry Jr., have returned to their homes at Kalamazoo after visiting for a week with Mrs. Forsberg's and Mrs. Schanning's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Freedstrom, 132 E. Ridge St. j The Forsbergs also visited his i parents, Mr. and Mrs. William! Forsberg, 738 N. Curry St., and attended the 10th anniversary; reunion of the Luther L. Wright 1 High School class of 1955, of: which they are members. Mr. and Mrs. Robert V i d a and son, D a n n y, Greenb u s h Street, have returned from a three weeks' vacation trip to New York City where they attended the World's Fair and visited other points of interest. En route they visited Niagara Falls and the Soo Locks at Sault Ste. Marie. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Hammock and children of Richland, Wash, have returned after spending their vacation with Mrs. Hammock's mother, Mrs. El in e r Carlson, and aunts, Mrs. Herbert Palmer and Miss Bertha Olson, Mansfield Stret. Communion at Zion Finnish Service Finnish services, with Holy Communion, will be conducted by the Rev. Oliver A. Hallberg at Zion Lutheran Church at 11 a.m. Sunday. Mrs. Matt Saari and Pastor Thomas Schultz will present a duet at this service. The English service at 9 and the Finnish service will be followed by a coffee hour honoring Pastor and Mrs. Schultz and family, who will be leaving here soon to make their home in St. Paul. Mr., Mrs. Prosed Mart Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pro s e k, Kimball, celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Saturd a y, July 24, with open house, their children being hosts and hostesses. The couple greeted about 250 guests at the Kimball Community Center. For the occasion Mrs. Prosek wore a light blue silk dress and a pink rose and white carnation corsage. Mr. Prosek had a white carnation boutonnlere. The i r daughters, Mrs. Charles Newhouse and Janice, had red rose and white carnation corsages, and each of the sons, Carl, Arthur,'Eugene and Raymond, had a white carnation boutonniere. Lunch was served from an attractively set table, the centerpiece being an annivers a r y cake flanked by silver tapers and garden flowers. Nieces of of the couple, Misses Peggy Stetzer, Nancy Prosek and Mrs. Mary Jane Grey, presided at the coffee urns; Mary Prosek had charge of the guest book; the wedding cake was served by Mrs. Oscar Waltonen and Mrs. Alma Mannisto was at the gift table. Assisting with the reception were Mrs. Bert Canalia, Mrs. William Vittone, Mrs. Ray Lantta, Mrs. John Peterson and Mrs. Alma Kellerman. Mr. and Mrs. Prosek received many lovely gifts and a purse of money. The former Audrey Jarvela, Kimball, and Mr. Prosek were married July 24, 1940. They have six children and two grandchildren. Out of town persons attending the anniversary event were Mr. and Mrs. George Muckart of Duluth, Mr. and Mrs. Roberts of Green Bay, Mrs. Roberts, the former Elaine Comsie, who was an attendant at the wedding 25 years ago; Mr. and Mrs. Rich- az'd Stetzer of Eau Claire, Mr. and Mrs. James Prosek of Appleton, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Prosek of Pulaski, Nancy Pro s e k,, Peggy Stetzer, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grey, Mr. and Mrs. William Newhouse and Janice Pros e k, all of Milwaukee, and Carl Prosek of Minnesota. St. Luke's Vacation School Next Week Vacation Bible School will be held at St. Luke's Luthe ran Church Monday, Aug. 9, through Friday, Aug. 13, with sessions from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Children of nursery age (3) through grade 4 are invited to attend the sessions SOUR CREAM Available only at the Crystal Dairy Store CRYSTAL DAIRY STORE Silver St. Hurley Ph. 561-9910 ASSORTED CHEESE Fashion Show A Lot of Fun By LOUISE HICKMAN PARIS (AP) — Yves Saint- Laurent has gone on a kooky kick. His show today of new fall-winter fashions didn't look much like haute couture, but it was a lot of fun. In the new Saint-Laurent look, skirts were short, just covering the top of the kneecap; shoulders were very square, and shapes went from bulky box through wide shift to high Empire. He showed the nudest dress in Paris this season — a black crepe bandanna top, with a huge ruby brooch pinning its point center-front to a St. Tropez skirt. The tie ends of the bandanna swung up in back to a loop at the shoulder blades. The Saint-Laurent suits had small, perfectly square jackets and skirts lightly full in front. They were worn with jacquard boots, argyle or ribbed stockings. He showed mink in deep bands separated by leather strips. White mink stripped and baited in black patent; black rnink with strips and a deep hem of white vinyland brown mink with suede. Later, under the same fur coats, there were the jersey dresses that buyers liked so much in other fall-winter collections earlier this week. Cut straight, they are big patchwork blocks of color divided by black bands. Hottest number in the group is likely to be the "Crusader" dress with a cross of black bands dividing up white, except for the upper left corner. Equally successful were Saint- Laurent's embroidered patchwork shift gowns in big bold, abstract patterns or tiny mosaics. Morenisco Personals A daughter was born July 31 to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Miller, Iron Mountain, Mrs. Miller is the former Carol Keast. Mrs. Ed Corcoran and three children, Iron Mountain, spent three weeks vacationing w i th her mother, Mrs. D. H. Gunderman, and at the Jack McKenzie cottage at Lake Oogebic. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bowers, Santa Anna, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Bowers, Iron River, visited friends here recently. Mrs. Chester Baker, W a k e- field, attended the pre-nupti a 1 shower for Miss Donna Dean July 28. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lovrich, Milwaukee, spent a weekend with her grandmother, Mrs. D. H. Gunderman, and the Jack McKenzie family. Philip Gagnon is spending j three weeks in Milwaukee with a brother in law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Austin, and children. Visiting the Charles Wilutises while on vacation at Armour Lake were Mr. and Mrs. George Weiland and daughter, Georgia, and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gavalick and daughter, Judy, all of Chicago. Accompanying them were Mr. and Mrs. Justin Wilutis and Mrs. Cell Miller, Presque Isle. , Plans were discussed for the Charles Wilutises to make a busness trip to Chicago in the near future. They previously had planned to move their business, "Scribe Printery," out of town, however, they will remain here. John Zorich returned Tuesday from Hoyt Lakes where he had spent a weekend with Herb Adrian at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Collins. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gascoigne, Kenosha, Wis., spent two days with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Spencer and family. Hugh Trottier Jr., Detroit, spent a week here visiting friends. Mike Blodgett, accompanied by Mary Blodgett, Joan Stefanik ; Mrs. Ted Chrisensen and Mrs. : Evar Anderson Sr., Ironwood, 1 spent a day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Blodgett and family In Escanaba. Terry Blodgett returned with them to visit with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Blodgett Sr. Mrs. Anderson also visited with a sister in law, Mrs. Harry Hill. Ann Landers . .Answers Your Problems. SALEM SENIORS — Senior members of Salem Lutheran Church, who met Tuesday afternoon to organize, are pictured above. Devotlonals were conducted by the pastor, the Rev. Kenneth L. Nerenz, and Mrs. Albert Stenstrom, Salem's director of senior members, presided. A program was presented after the business sesssion and lunch was served by a committee. (Daily Globe Photo) 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. You'll be amazed with the new look of your carpeting. Available at GERTZ FUR ST E •12 t. Aurora, Dial 932-1310 U-M Medical School To Get New Building ANN ARBOR (AP)—Construction is scheduled to begin in October on a $12 million teaching and research building at the University of Michigan's Medical School University officials said the building is expected to be in use during the 1967-68 academic year. Salem Seniors Are Organized The first meeting of the senior members of the Salem Lutheran Church was held Tuesd a y afternoon at 2 with Mrs. Albert Stenstrom, Salem's director of senior members, presiding. The devotional period was conducted by the Rey. Kenneth L. Ner- renz, pastor, who also served as advsior. Miss Ellen Cook was appointed secretary pro tern and Mrs. Wil' Olson served as pianist. In presenting the aims and objects of a senior group, Mrs. Stenstrom stressed the growing needs of the seniors in the church and community for more constructive programs and activities for mutual encouragement. Planning with the members will create new opportunities for enriching the lives of the members in the church and common i t y for continued service. Interesting activities were discussed after which a steering committee was appointed to evaluate the needs of the group. Carl F. Johnson, Oscar Johnson, Leonard Peterson, Mrs. William Brenzel and Mrs. John Sand were appointed to serve on this committee together with Miss Cook, secretary; Pastor Ner- enz, advisor, and Mrs. S t e n- strom, director. It was unanimously voted that the name of the new organization be called "The Salem Seniors" and meetings will be the first Tuesday of each month at 2 p.m Election of officers will be held at the September meeting. Following the business session, a program was presented with accordion selections played by Kenneth Wiele, songs by the Wiele sisters, Naomi, Linda and Elizabeth, and singing of favorite melodies by the Salem Seniors Lunch was served from tables beautifylly decorated by Mrs. William Brenzel, with Mr. and Mrs. John Hjalmquist and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Johnson, as hosts and hostesses. Trout Creek Personals Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Taeger and children, Chicago, are vacationing with Mrs. Aileen Taeger. Mrs. Hazel Sliger, Mrs. John Besonen and Randahl recently visited in Baraga with Mr. and Mrs. John Payne and Mrs. Ruby Vaughan. Mrs. Elma Fisher and Mrs. Fred McGuay, Superior, visited at the Glen Manning and Floyd Mclntyre homes. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gustafson and children have returned home after vacationing with relatives in Green Bay. Mrs. Robert Pequett and children, Jackson, are visiting at the Freeman Carlisle home. Michael Roft, Ishpeming, visited at the Rueben Barney home recently. Robert Knivila, who has been employed in Detroit, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Knivila. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Olgren and children of Ohio have returned home after vacationing with Mrs. Elvie, Olgren. Denise Olgren is visiting in Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Shelly and children, Detroit, have returned to their home after a week's vacation at the Josephine Moreno home. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Cameron and children, Grand Rapids, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dune a n Cameron. Mrs. John Kangas and children, Chassell. are visiting at the Arne Kangas and Reino Heikkala homes for a week. Mrs. Roy Bessen and children were callers in Land o'- Lakes and Conover, Wis., recently. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Taeger and daughter, Ontonagon, visit- CULOTTE DRESS — Wonderfully practical, and as carefully tailored as your favorite classic. Shirtwaist style with culotte bottom, and twin pockets. No. 8128 with PATT-O-RAMA is in sizes 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44. Bust 34 to 46. Size 34, 36 bust, 5% yards of 35-inch. 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. ed recently at the Aileen Taeger home. Mr. and Mrs. Donald McDonald and Mary, Mr. and Mrs. William McDonald and children, Ironwood, attended the graduation of Mrs. Lydia McDonald at Northern Michigan Univers i t y, Marquette. with hair styles from STUDIO BEAUTY SALON Morgan Manor Dial 932-3302 Saturday Supper By CECILY BROWNSTONE You can broil this seasoned lamb indoors or out. Skewered lamb with green pepper, bulgur (cracked wheat), snap beans, salad bowl, melon compote, beverage. SKEWERED LAMB WITH GREEN PEPPER 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 teaspoon salt Va teaspoon pepper ¥4 teaspoon ground allspice Vz teaspoon dried oregano Vs teaspoon cumin seed 1 bay leaf, crumbled 1M> pounds lean boneless lamb (from leg) cut in 2-inch chunks 1 medium onion, cut in thin rings 1 clove garlic, peeled and quartered 2 green peppers, cut in large squares In a shallow container, mix together the oil, salt, pepper, allspice, oregano, cumin seed and bay leaf. Add the meat and coat with the seasonings. In a tall wide-mouth jar, layer the seasoned meat, onion rings and garlic; cover tightly; refrigerate for 6 hours or overnight. Insert meat and green pepper squares alternately on 4 long skewers. Broil close to high heat until brown on all sides and cooked through —turning as necessary. The onion rings may be broiled separately on a small sheet of foil. Makes 4 servings. Doll; Globe classified!" get result* PoIJy's Pointers By POLLY CRAMER Dear Polly—The next time you receive a corsage, rememb e r my Pointer. After pinning on the corsage, push a small eraser on the end of the pin. Corsage will stay firmly in place, and. best of all, the pin will not stick you. This idea is for a bridal shower. Attack a miniature sprig of artificial flowers to an ordinary kitchen match and mount the match on a card. Choose the bridal color for the card and the flowers. Write, in colored ink, "For a couple we think a perfect match,."—MRS. W. A. S. Dear Polly—I was so glad to read about the lady who used a garden hose washer to replace the "tire" on the wheel that winds the bobbin on her sewing machine. I had tried for five years to get a replacement for mine and as soon as I read this Pointer I went to look for a washer. Before I found the washer I ran across a small tire for a model car. Well, Polly, I tried it and It works wondrfu 11 y. Much better than the washer, but I would never have thought of it if I had not read the other letter. Now for a time-saving device. I bake a lot and hate all the egg shells and other clutter that accumulates on my kite hen counter waiting to go into the garbage can. Before starting a baking project I hang a paper bag on one of the knobs to a top drawer. I have this handy to catch the egg shells, cans, boxes, paper and so on. After I am finished I remove the bag and throw it in the garbage can.— OPAL Dear Polly—I assembled some good-sized flower pots, inverted and stack them with the largest pot at the bottom. This formed the pedestal for a bird bath. The pots are glued together with waterproof cement and then a large clay flower pot saucer glued on top. The base and saucer were painted with house paint. I drove a round metal curtain rod into the ground and this rod went through the holes in the pots and helped hold the bird bath firmly to the ground.—RUTH Dear Polly—My friends and I both had dirty, stained s i d e- walks, porches and patios. We found that adding some soda and vinegar to the wash water usually removes almost all dirt and even some stain, if you scrub it lightly with a broom before rinsing.—CATHIE Dear Polly—For a purse that is neater, use an openend glass case to hold pen, pencil, nail scissors and other small objects. I get lots of fun out of reading your column. —FLORENCE Births Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. K e n- neth Johnson, Bergland, a son, Aug. 5 at Divine Infant Hospital, Wakefield. Makimaa. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Makimaa, Mass, a daughter, Catherine Ann, Aug. 1 at Ontonagon Memorial Hospital. Skovera. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Skovera, Sturgeon Bay, Wis., a son, Russell Stilwill, Aug. 3. Mr. Skovera is the son of Mrs. Opal Shouldice, 322 E. Arch St. CARD OF THANKS We wish to acknowledge with deep appreciation, the many expressions of kindness and sympathy as well as the gifts which were a great comfort in our time of sorrow, in the death of our dear wife and daughter, Judith. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Craw— Parents Rev. Richard York—Husband lEN'S DAIRY STORE w *"- " *—"• Ph. 932-9823 Dear Ann Landers: When I was married in 1954 I weighed 98 pounds. Unfortunately I gained 30 pounds with each of my two children and the weight just stayed on. Today I weigh 158 but I really don't look it. When I put on my good corset and wear heels and a black dress you'd guess mo at about 130. My husband makes me miserable because I am overweight. Every time I reach for a second piece of butter or a baked potato he makes some ugly remark. He is one of those wiry types who can still get into his Korean war uniform. Last Sunday he put it on to do the yard work. I'm sure he did it just to make me mad. Why should I deprive myself of delicious food to please a man who is so mean? I know several women who are overweight but their husbands love them anyway. Please say he should accept me as I am. I get very depressed over his con- stand nagging. — PLEASINGLY PLUMP Dear : Some husbands don't care if their wives get fat, but your husband DOES care and he has let you know it. Obviously you'd rather stu f f your face than please him. This hurts a man's pride and his needling remarks are his way of getting even. One of these clays I hope you get sick of yourself and go to a doctor and ask to be put on a sensible diet. When you begin to shed those unhealthy and unattractive pounds your husband will like you better — and you'll like yourself better, too. Church Events St. Simon's Orthodox. Special services will be held Su n day morning at 10 wit . the Rev. John Meyandorf, New York City, officiating. Confess: o n s will be heard from 9 to 10. After the services, dinner will be served in the church parlors. Salvation Army. A rummage sale will be held Saturday, starting at 9 a.m., at 509 McLeod Ave. Mass —St. Paul's Lutheran. The Confirmation Class will meet at 9 a.m. Saturday. The top edge of a molded gelatin salad, dessert or other dish may stick when you try to u n- mpld it. As insurance again s t this, run a small spatula around the edge of the mold to release the gelatin mixture before d i p- ping the outside of the mold in hot water. Dear Ann Landers: If I wcrt the publisher of the Las Vegag paper I would throw your column out. For the third time in the last two years you hav« printed a reference to Las Vegas in connection with slot machines and dice tables. The image of Las Vegas as a city made up of nothing but gamblers is unfair. Thousands of respectable, decent people livt in this wonderful city. Many of us have never seen the insid* of a gambling casino and don't plan to. Las Vgas has excelle n t schools, beautiful churches, lovely parks and one of the best golf courses in the country. We have a wide circle of friends who art interested in art, science, musJo and literature. So please, Ann, stop portraying Las Vegas as • city that has nothing to offer (but casinos.—FIE ON YOU ' Dear Fie: I'm sure many citizens of Las Veyas have no interest in dice tables or slot • machines. (This is strictly for I visiting suckers.) But since gam- | bling is your city's major indus- ; try it should not surprise you that Las Vegas has earned the i image. If you'd like to change | it, get your chamber of commerce to promote something else. <v o o Dear Ann Landers: Our daughter was divorced last year after a scandalous affair with a married man. Her husband was a fine person and our heart ached for him. Recently our daughter remarried. We do not know her new husband well because she met him abroad and they were here only briefly. During their visit my daughter announced that she and her husband plan to move to this city soon and she asked me to remove the panel of wedding pictures in the living room. These photographs were of her first wedding and they are truly beautiful. My husband and I wonder if she has the right to ask such a thing. After all, this is our home and we are still very fond of our former son-in-law. What's your opinion?—LOYAL IN-LAWS Dear In-Laws: Remove the, pictures. If they remain they will be a steady source of discomfort to your daughter and her husband—and understandably so. o o a Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems^ Send them to her in care of this N newspaper enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope. Copyright, 1965, Field EnterprUei, Inc. SATURDAY NIGHT Mr. "B" & His Orchestra Fabulous DINNER MENU Dining Room Open Monday Thru Sat. 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. big powderhorn mountain SUPPER CLUB Available for WEDDINGS .BANQUETS, PARTIES PHONE 932-4838 for Details. Reseivations FRIDAY NIGHT FISH FRY Bar Opens 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. CHAIR LIFT RIDES 1 to 8 p.m. Sundays KKKKKRKKKKKKKWKKKKKKKKKK When you buy SUPER PLENAMINS SPECIAL COMBINATION PACKAGES Get 18 tablets free with 72 at reg. price 4.79 36 Free with 144 Tablets 7.9S 72 Free with 288 Tablets 13.9O FOR CHILDREN; SUPER PLENAMINS JUNIOt 36 Tablets Free with 144 4 oz. Liquid Free with Pint , S.49 5.95 We Mix with the Finest Ingredients Only Not that we're snobs, mind you, but when it comes to filling prescriptions, there's no substitute for quality. When your doctor prescribes next time, call us. You can be sure of prompt delivery. Full drug store service . . . prescriptions . . . beauty-aids HAMACHEK'S REXALL DRUG STORE Across the Sir*** from ih» Lak. Superior District Power Co.. Ironwood

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free