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   Ironwood Daily Globe (Newspaper) - March 12, 1966, Ironwood, Michigan                                The World of Women MARCH 1966 FIVE MakiDeMeio Nuptials Held In a nuptial service at Zion Lutheran Church Saturd a March 5 at 4 Miss Janice daughter of and Martin Route was given in marriage by h e r father to Dennis 122 Windsor son of the late and Joseph The bride and bride groom repeated their vows after the Puotinen in the presence of relatives and For her Miss M a ki chose a white floor length gown of satin with decorative lace down the front and layered lace bustle in back embossed with The fitted bodice of lace and satin had sleeves of lace that tapered to points at the Her veil of illusion was secured by a crown of The bridal bouquet was a cascade of Frenched white mums with two imported c r y stal love birds nestled in t h e and tied with Charles sister of the was matron of honor and Sharon niece of the was They wore mint green street length empire gowns of crepe over silk organza offset by lace jac Matching shoes and veils attached to matching bows com pleted their Serving DeMeio as best man was R a y m o nd brother of the and Char les brother in law of the was D a v id Wainio and Rodney Koop i n cousins of the performed the duties of The bride and bridegroom re ceived 300 guests at their recep tion held at the Kimball Com munity After a brief wedding and DeMeio are now at home at 206 Arch The bride is a graduate of Luther Wright High School and the bridegroom is a gradu ate of the Murphy High He is employed by Armour Time of Reflection Set for March 27 WHITE Afternoon of Reflection is planned by Judes Catholic Church for March 27 at 2 It will close with a Mass at The theme will be Christian Interior and Ses sions will be conducted by the Claude of Sacred Heart Friary of Coffee will be served during the according to the George Club Activities The Kindergarten Mothers Club of Norrie School will have a meeting March at 7 in the school lunch Hostesses are John Cvengros and Wilbert Sav The Gpgebic District Nurses Association will meet March at at Divine Infant Bethel International Order of Jobs will have a school of instruction and inspec tion Monday night at 7 at t h e Masonic grand director o f music of the Grand Council of will be the Holy Michaels Home School Association will have a meeting Sunday night at A talk on achievem e n t tests will be Parents of children in Kennedys class will be hosts with James Baker as chairman and Kostec Wyzlic as cochair Lily of the Valley Rebe k a h Lodge will h a v e a meeting Tuesday night at at the Odd Fellows Hostesses are Niilo Nurmi and Erwood Card of Thanks Our heartfelt thanks to everyone who was so kind to our mother dur ing her long illness and to everyone who aided and comforted us after her William Bjork Perry Fesler James Barren Joseph and Charles Brunelli Modern Portrait Photo DENNIS DE MEIO Shower Given for Gerald Zell Gerald was honored with a pink and blue shower Wednesday The honored guest was pres e n t e d with a corsage made by Alvin Games were played by the 16 guests and prizes were award Lunch was served from a dec orated table centered with a cake made by Eugene Zell was assisted in open ing her gifts by her two daugh Hostesses were Raymond Gedda and Gordon Auxiliary Greets Two New Members Two new members were wel comed into the Iron County Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxi liary at its meeting Wednesday night at Memorial Hur They are Lloyd Buc canero and Guido John scholar ship reported on t h e scholarship which is available to a child of a VFW Post or Auxi liary The student must be in the top 30 per cent of his or her The hospital Oliver reported she had sent three cards and also re ported on the membership party held 19 at which the de partment Jean e 11 e and the departm e n t Loran were in Rudolph Negleblad gave the audit The auxiliary will have its 20th birthday anniversary party o n April This will be a pot iluck Darrell Mickschl was ap pointed poppy chairman with Miles Grasso as cochair Donations were made to t h e National Commander Andy Borg Fund and to the Wisconsin East er Hospital A social hour was enjoyed by the members and lunch was served by the Oliver Sam K a n gas and William Payn ter Newport WSCS Plans Two Events At a recent meeting of t h e Womans Society of Christian Service of Newport Meth o d i s t Church plans were made to con duct a sunrise service on East er Sunday at 7 Breakfast will be served after the Tickets may be purchased from members pr at the The society also set April 21 as the date for the annual Eng lish when English b a k ed goods are Tickets for this event will be available in Hurley Club to Meet Tuesday The Hurley Womans Club will have its March meeting Tuesday at 2 in the club rooms of the Iron County Me morial Hostesses are Emma Mary Frances Brach and Dominic A program has been arranged by Ken neth program chair Church Events Salem The Luther League will meet Sunday at in Fellowship The topic for discussion is Who Is Telling the Truth Church of the Transfigura The Vestry will have a meeting this afternoon at Bishop George Selway will attend the Wesley Mary Cir cle will meet Monday night at at the home of Tho mas Sidney Rowe and Jeffery will be t h e Trinity A sp e c ial meeting of the congregation will be held at 10 Sunday and the Walther League will have a Bible study and business meet ing at 6 with Lee Butch Erickson and Di a n n e Forslund serving on the c o m Grace The Luther League will meet Sunday at and the Boy Scouts will have a meeting Monday night at THANK YOU The Headwaters Union PTA wishes to express its thanks to the merchants of Presque and and to the following area Their generosity in donat ing to the various concessions was responsible to a very great extent for the success of our Annual The Diamond Pauls Womens Ketola Furni Stern Mrofchaks Mens Kilponen EricksonColeman Alberts Shoe Eilos S L Rice Kays Flower Roebuck Riggs Office dearys Johnson Music Bunny Muzik Gambles Genisot Pancake Pauls Giovanoni Aves Lahti Ronnies Camera ODonnell Seamen Modern Joes Pasty Range McKevitt KershnerPatrick John Albert Jewelers Carlsons Super Beth Perry Yarn McLellans Eva Lassig Coast to Coast Bake Rite Walter A P Tea National Tea Co Don s Spur Erspamer Super Crystal Dairy and Lakeside Sleight PTA Meet Monday The Sleight School Parent Teacher Association will meet March at John director of t h e Job Corps Center at and Troy deputy direc will present the a discussion of the the operation and the educational program of the The executive board will meet at Package Wrapping To Be Unit Project ONTONAGON John Nissen was hostess to the Green Homemakers at its meet ing held at the home of Joseph The group decided that at its next meeting packages for the servicemen overseas would be Each member was asked to make cookies and also supply other such as sweetened jelly beans and chewing Anyone interested in aidi n g the group in this project is asked to contact Carl James Mattson or Andrew Donations of items or other assistance would be ap After the a s o c i al hour was enjoyed and lunch was served to seven members and one Onni Kois The next meeting will be held March at t h e home of Lawrence R i c h Ontonagon Briefs John Miss Isabel Miss Susan Sirvio and Miss Sharon spent a few days visiting rela tives They were accom panied by Miss Phyllis who visited her and Donald Ralph Flanders and Miss Pat ricia Orcutt have returned to Mil waukee after visiting their par and Jack Fland ers and and Or The Polar Bear Booster Club will meet Monday evening at 8 at the cafeteria of the High All members and sup porters of the local athletic programs are asked to A meeting of North Star Order of Easter will be held Monday evening at 8 at the Masonic Hostesses will be Mesdames Robert Ralph Watt and Jay Dont light a surface burn e r on a gas stove until you are ready to use And turn off the burner before you remove what ever you are HOME IS WHERE THE HEART and the home care at the Sky View has made a family of the entire group of residents and We pride ourselves on the personal attention we give everyone SKY VIEW NURSING HOME 405 Iron Hurley Dial 5615646 TO BE commissioning service for Child Evangelism Fellowship missionary and August Matero and will be held March at 7 at the Riverside Bible and Matero plan to leave for Finland this summer to work with the chil Matero is the son of a former Ironwood the Herman and he spent most of his childhood He is recently retired from the Marine Corps after serving 20 having been involved in both World War II and the Kor ean Ruth a native of is a registered being a graduate of the Swedish Hospital of The Materos have two Ruth and Naomi seven months The public is invited to attend both the service and coffee hour which will follow the service in honor of and Dale pastor of Riverside Bible will be in charge of the Your Horoscope By Sydney Omarr March 14 The wise man controls h i s points the ARIES 21 Your ambitions can come close to reality You are able to see means of fulfill i n g Be aware of responsi community Set fine TAURUS 20 May Favorable lunar aspect high lights longrange B e Study hidden indica Expect mes sage from one far Results could be surprising GEMINI May 21 June Important to have har monious relations at Forget everything else for happy with loved Then you are in position to be strong on I n n er strength CANCER June 21 July Advisable to work N o time to push or Applies also to personal Be Dont mistake d a y dreams for Success re quires solid LEO July 23 You are reminded of past promise to Means this is d a y when personal reckoning i s Be especially con siderate of those who serve Accent VIRGO 23 There is greater freedom of action Recrea romance Pleasure can be gained through Creative endeavors acce n t e Give of LIBRA 23 Emphasis on greater degree of Gain cooperation of those at Feel Dont go against Be aware of SCORPIO 23 Lunar position emphasizes dealings with Key is to be Means dont depend upon only one me Ultimate gain then seems SAGITTARIUS 22 Question of possessions assets comes to Key is being open to c r e a t iv e Means dont permit false pride to stand in way of CAPRICORN 22 Lunar cycle Your intuition ring bell of Know this be con Impress with sincer i t A time to shine AQUARIUS 18 Heed inner Means b e aware of meaningful A little delay now is Dont be rushed into survey entire PISCES 19 Your desires can be f u 1 You are able to shake off tendency toward Frinds prove instrume n t a Harmony at home is Very good IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTH possess creative but must apply You tend to let ideas tt IV GENERAL TENDENCIES Cycle high for Aqua Special word to Libra Necessary today to put inten tions on the Do so Ceremony Maries Girl Scout Week WHITE PINERededicati o n and candlelight ceremonies were held by Pine Tree Troop 2 in observance of Girl Scout in the elementary school Tues Claire Stieg led the candle lighting Linda Maki and Cathy Banbury explain e d the Girl Scout motto and slo Judy Kusz was light bear Lori Diana Hill and Nancy Johnson were members of the honor and Paula Saladin gave opening and clos ing Receiving pins were Mary Beth Doreen Barat o n Mona Paula Kusz and Kathy Badge and community pr o j ects were Ref r e s h ments were In Carp Lake Township 115 girls are taking part in Scout Leaders of the three two Junior and Ca dette groups are Mary Ann Pasanar P Richard Mrs Theodore Cliff or d Harlan John Don a 1 d Carol Carl Debbie Tonkin and Kitty Village Election To Be Held Monday ONTONAGON The annual village election will be held Mon March The polls at the township hall will be open from 8 to 8 The candi dates are as follows Bernard incumbent village D o r othy incumbent Laura incum bent trustee for a two year William LaB i n e and Marvin and Robert Davison Let Us Remove Winters Dirt From Your Clothes Regardless of the you should look your very best and you can do it with our special CUSTOM CARE Re stores newness and color COSTS NO MOREJ SETTERLUND CLEANERS 211 McLeod Dial 9324332 Pickup and Deliver Veterans Barracks Meet Monday Night ONTONAGONA meeting of the local Veterans of World War will be held Mon day March at 8 at the dining room of the C o m munity Members are asked to note the change in date of due to the village election March All veterans of World War I and their wives and guests are invited to A social hour will be held and lunch will be Births and Gil bert a March 11 at Divine Infant Hos and Gordon 110 Olson a March 11 at Grand View and Alfred a Nancy March 3 at On tonagon Memorial and Paul a Marc March 6 at On tonagon Memorial ENGAGED and Leonard Bruce are announcing the engagement of their Hazel to John Douglas son of and Ralph also of Bruce A sum mer wedding is planned by the Mafure Parent Ann Your When you are mixing by you may want to set the mixing bowl on a folded tea towel or a pot holder so that the bowl wont dance all over the counter or KNOWN THE COUNTRY OVER AS THE VERY GUARANTEED SUNBURST MEMORIALS SAVE MONEY AND GET THE BEST DIRECT FROM THE QUARRY and See or Phone ANTON BRACKET 307 Eddy Wakefield 2249741 Your Local Sunburst Dealer ORDER NOW FOR MEMORIAL DAY Sunburst contractor company has manufactured Sunburst Memorial for more than 40 By MURIEL LAWRENCE j With Prince Duke of now the guest of this lets hope that his visit will so justify its cost to the British people that when its nobody will get up in the House of Commons to call him a very expensive young I say this becase a very expensive young lady was what Princess Margaret was called by a member of the British Parliament after her recent sojourn among Her visit was also criticized by her countys newspapers which pub licly wondered u its costs pro duced a commensurate increase in AngloAmerican there seems to be some kind of obligation felt by the visiting relatives of royal majesty to spend all their time here changing their eat ing guinea hen under glass and deciding between the order en crusted with diamonds or t h e one strewn with I un derstand why kings and queens have to so dedicate their But why their consorts and other relatives have to so waste I dont under It seems to me a dread ful way to employ ones chance to explore a foreign country merely because one happens to be invovled with a roy a 1 Why do royal people have to always be so doggone disappoint ing as people Some of them start off w i t h wonderfully promising ban g They tell off the Establishment by falling in love with the wrong people and glow with a unsquashed interest in the world theyre not suppohed to be inter ested From the black pov erty of their Welsh miners to revolutionary forms of jazz for But in no time at all the flash of human vitality is And the next thing you know the royal person is spend ing all his time choosing between diamonds and play ing opening meet ing movies watching horse race and jetting from galas on the Rivera to galas in the Ba hamas or some other lazy So Id like to remind what ever protocol persons is in charge of Prince Philips Amer ican engagements that my coun try offers him experiences that are bigger than those organized for Princess Theres the rehabilitation work were doing for our poor of Ap palachia whose dead coal mines so resemble the gutted pits of his own Or visits with the bright kids in our universi ties whose questions will remind him of home and the ques tions asked by the debating kids of the Oxford If pro tocol really wants to make this visit pay off in new AngloAmer ican there are sim ple ways to do Dear Ann Landers I am a 14yearold girl who is trying to be a good person and act like a real Something happened yesterday and I need your ad My girl friend I will call he Marybeth comes from a weal thy They have a cook and a nuid who have worked for them for as long as I can The cook is of a dif ferent In fact I will come right out and tell you she is a Yesterday I was in the drug store with a girl When I saw Marybeths cook in the drugstore and I Hell how are you she was very pleasant and answered me nice After she left the store my girl friend told me I had com mitted a big error by greeting the cook as if she were a According to serv ants should not be spoken to in pub We have never had any servants and my mother doesnt know about such She suggested I write to What is Dear A lady speaks to everyone she Your friend is not only ignorant but she sounds like a snobbish little pain in the Are you sure you want HER for a friend a o o Dear Ann Landers I am a 26yearold girl who has a good I still live at home with my They are very strait laced and insist that so long as I live under their roof I must abide by their if I stay here until I am Sunday a friend dropped I used to date Jim four years ago but now we are cas u a 1 My folks like him a Mom asked Jim to stay for which he After din ner mom took me aside and said she and dad had prom ised to go see my aunt and that I should go with When I Id rather mom We will cancel before we leave you alone in this house with I felt humiliated but I agreed to Now Im furious with my mother for having done this to I need your CHILD OF 26 Dear Child It is at once pa thetic and ludicrous that a 26 yearold woman could be or dered to come along to aunties house because she must not be left alone with a Your parents have made it that so long as you live in their home you must do as they tell So stick to their or move 6 if Dear Ann Landers What Is wrong with an 11yearold boy who is afraid to sleep alone My brother gets up in tha middle of the night and imagines that he hears He roams around the house and gets ev eryone Last night he said somebody was triying to open his bedroom The only way to persuade him to go back to sleep is to let him into bed with one of his older What should be done This let ter is from a sister who is wriin ing for our mother who is terri bly TO Dear Waiting Your mother should discuss the problem with a An allyearold who is afraid to sleep alone needs to describe his fears to someo n e who can evaluate them properly and help him overcome The boy should not be allowed to get into bed with his This could create a whole new set of 6 r r Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your probl Send them to her in care of this newspaper enclosing a selfaddressed 8261 12V426V4 OFF CENTER CLOSING The new off center closing is the highlight of this daytimer de signed for the fuller fig Short sleeves are also pro 8261 is for sizes 12V2 to bust 33 to Size 35 short 4 yards 45 inch To send 50c in coins to Sue Ironwood Daily 407 Wacker Drive 60607 For Istclass mailing add lOc for each Print address with zip style and Dont miss the Spring Sum mer 66 issue of Basic our complete pattern Dinner for Two Couples By CECILY BROWNSTONE Broiled French fried lemon salad tipsy meringue souffle with custard TIPSY MERINGUE SOUFFLE V4 cup golden halved cup chopped medium fine pecans 2 tablespoons each sweet sherry and white rum 3 large egg whites Vz cup sugar In a 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