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Daily Globe (Newspaper) - November 16, 1968, Ironwood, Michigan The world of women saturday nov. 16, 1968 five Materna studio photo mrs. Joseph Faucher Darlene Parobek i. Faucher wed in a service at Kincheloe air Force base Chapel Sault Ste Marie saturday nov. 9, at ., miss Darlene Paro Bek Anvil daughter of mrs Emma Parobek 3953 n. Mary land St., Milwaukee became the Bride of a sgt. Joseph j. Faucher son of mrs. Alice Faucher Magog Quebec can Ada and the late Henri Fau Cher. The Bride was Given in marriage by her Uncle John Parobek Merrill wis. The Bride s floor length skim Mer style gown of White Matte velvet was designed with soft cowl neckline and full length sleeves of sheer silk in a Cut velvet scroll gently gathered at the wrists. A floor length veil of silk illusion edged with velvet Zed Scal loping in a Flower design fell from a tiny Pill Box Headpiece of White velvet. Appliques of the floor design were scattered Over the veil ing. Her Cascade arrangement was fashioned of White orchids Stepha Notis and trailing Ivy. Or. And mrs. Daniel p. Johnson Bessemer friends of the couple were Best Man and Matron of Honor. Mrs. Johnson wore a Skimmer gown of pea cock Blue Matte velvet styled with Short sleeves and mandarin neckline self coloured silk braid edged the Collar and sleeves and a Satin panel extended to the floor from a tailored Bow at the neckline. Her triple tiered veil of Matching silk Illus Tion was caught to a Flower Cluster Headpiece. Serving As usher was a la John Morris grand rapids Friend of the bridegroom. Bobby and Dale Parobek Ramsay were ring bearers. A wedding dinner with place settings for 30 guests was served at the knife and Fork restaurant Sault Ste. Marie. After a week s wedding trip to Sault Ste. Marie Canada the Bride will return to Anvil where she resides with her Grandfather Paul Parobek and the bridegroom will leave for a year s service in Vietnam. The Bride a 1961 graduate of a. D. Johnston High school Bessemer and a 1962 graduate of accredited schools of Beauty culture Milwaukee is employed at Louise Beauty Salon bes Semer. The bridegroom was graduated from Coli super Eure High school Sherbrooke Quebec Canada in 1959 he is making the air Force a career this being his 9th year in the Eisenhower Kin wed at Valley forge by Salue Nichols Valley forge Paap the first granddaughter of former president d Wight d. Eisenhower marries a South american insurance executive today. Friends and family members from two continents will con verge on the Small Washington memorial Chapel in Valley forge National Park for the noontime ceremony. The former president could not attend the service for bar Bara Anne Eisenhower 19, and Fernando Echavarria Uribe 25, of Bogota Colombia. Eisenhower is a patient at Walter Reed Hospital near Washington where he is recuperating from a series of heart attacks suffered last summer. Mrs. Eisenhower the Bride s grandmother said she would be there. And there were rumours presi Dent elect Richard m. Nixon might be among the guests. His daughter Julie is one of Anne s bridesmaids. Julie plans to marry Anne s brother David in the possibly around Stone episcopal near future Christmas. The Gray Chapel begun in 1903, is the Par ish Church for Anne and her parents or. And mrs. John D. Eisenhower. The family lives in nearby Phoenixville a Small Community about 20 Miles Northwest of Philadelphia. A family Friend says the Eisenhower want the wedding to be As Small and private As pos news Media will be barred from the Church. You could t exactly say Anne is a close Friend said. She is quite thrilled. After All they Are just like any Normal Over with excitement about the big a reception will be held at a country dub in Newtown Square a 20-minute drive from Valley forge. From the reception the Cou ple will leave for a wedding trip to a secret destination. They will live in an apartment in Bogota. Anne met Fernando in Medel Lin Colombia in the summer of 1966. She was visiting Inez Uribe a school Friend who is the bridegroom s Cousin. Cast for school musical finian s told engaged or. And mrs. Michael Legassa Ramsay announce the engagement of their daughter Ginger s., to Robert Hockenbrock son of or. And mrs. Philip Hocken Brock Hurley. Miss Legassa is employed at Simpson electric company Mercer. Robert was graduated froom j. E. Murphy High school Hurley and served four years in the United states air Force. No definite wed Ding plans have been made. Dinner nov. 24 at Church in Mellen Mellen wis. A Harvest dinner will be served at holy Rosary Catholic Church sunday nov. 24, beginning at 5 Turkey with All the trimmings homemade bread and pies will be served. There also will be a food Candy and fancy work Sale. Tickets Are for adults and 75 cents for children under 12. The Public is invited. Trout Creek briefs of. Out of town guests were from Milwaukee Green Bay Merrill Menomonie Medford and Stet Sonville wis., Sherbrooke and Magog Quebec Canada and grand rapids Ramsay and Anvil Bessemer suggest local control of health programs Detroit Ameri can Public health service urged its executive Board Friday to consider supporting the concept that local communities be Given Complete control in formulation and administration of health plans adopted for them. This action came at the urging of Roy Innis National director of the Congress on racial Equality Core and Modera Tor for a panel on the con Sumer and health at the association s final session in a week Long meeting. Innis insisted specifically As did some other members of the All negro panel that negro communities within cities control whatever health services Are provided in so called ghetto areas. Innis later told a news con Ference he favors a completely autonomous nation for negroes within the United states and immediately he said negroes should Gam control of institutions and real estate in the areas in which they predominate. Or. And mrs. John Besonen and children visited sunday at Ovington at the Home of or. And mrs. Waino Besonen. Or and mrs. Bruce Warren and family Gwinn spent the weekend at the Duncan Camer on Home. Wilbert Walls is a patient at Ontonagon memorial Hospital where he is receiving treat ment for injuries received in a fall from a ladder. Mrs. Fredrick Labine is a patient at Baraga county me Morial Hospital l Anse. Mrs. Dennis Peterson and children Medford Wisconsin visited Here two Days with friends. Miss Susan Morman m a r Quette spent the weekend with her grandmother mrs. Norma Hardes. Dina and Darrick Stenson spent the weekend at Covington with their grandparents and mrs. Conrad Stenson or. Miss Jane Taeger and miss Patti Madden who Are at tending go Gebic Community College Ironwood spent the weekend with their parents mrs. Aileen Taeger and or. And mrs. J. T. Madden. Raymond Anderson Crystal Falls spent the weekend Here at his trailer. Or. And mrs. Norman Simp son Marquette and mrs. John Varran and children Negaunee spent the weekend at the Wil Bert Walls Home. Guild officers Are installed installation of officers was held at the St. Ambrose Guild meeting this week at the Parish Hall. Mrs. John Gorrita jr., a past president of the Guild in stalled the following president mrs. William Wacek vice president miss Nell Canfield Secretary miss Julia Mckevitt and treasurer mrs. Anton Comparin re elected. Retiring officers Are mrs. Mrs. Neil c. Holmes vice pres ident and mrs. Frank Schwab Secretary. Each retiring officer was Given a gift donated Aad presented by mrs. Gorrilla. Importance of the was the subject chosen by mrs. Gorrilla. It the importance of this organization and its livelihood can Only be As Good As its desire to achieve. The object shall be to promote More interest both socially and financially and spiritually for All its members of the Parish. Every woman of this Parish is automatically a member. The dues Are a year. The officers of this organization Are president vice pres ident Secretary dining room Kitchen rehabilitation and publicity chairmen. The Board of directors and executive commit tee holds meeting to discuss programs or functions As they arise. To achieve 100 per cent we must have 100 per cent participation so let s join heart and hands with a greater desire and interest to develop a bigger and better Guild mrs. Gorrilla said. So let s spell out the for Good that you will receive for Unity you and me for interest that we must have for love of humanity and for de sire doing and dedication. Mrs. Gorrilla concluded her talk with a prayer. To for mrs. John t. Bennetts chair Man of the diocesan International affairs commission gave an interesting and enlightening talk on International affairs. She stressed the need of Robes and Hospital gowns for the Lep ers. The Robes May be made from any piece of material one has on hand the gowns Are made of men s discarded White shirts. The president will bring a sewing machine to the next meeting and those who do not play cards can make these articles. The women also were asked to bring old discarded Eye glasses to the next meeting. Mrs. E. C. Shiroon dle will be chairman for this project. Plans were formulated for the Sisters Shower to be held Sun Day nov. 24. Cards were played and prizes were awarded at each table. Lunch was served by the members of St. Ann s Circle. The next Guild meeting will be held tuesday dec. 10. The cast of finian s rain which will be presented dec. 10 and 11 at the Ironwood theater by the l. L. Wright High school chorus and band has been announced and is As follows finian a Lonergan Luke Pegarare Sharon a Lonergan Diane Ovaska Woody Mahoney Fred a Eva of a Leprechaun woman s club Benefit party tuesday at 1 the Ironwood woman s club is having a game Bridge fund raising party for the Benefit of a girl town project tuesday at 1 In the memorial build ing clubroom. Tickets Are and Are Avail Able from girl town committee members. Mrs. Thomas Ketola is chairman of the affair. Table reservations May also be made by contacting mrs. Ketola 932 3835, or mrs. Emil Vukovich 932-1392. The party will begin with dessert followed by various card games. All women of the Community As Well As the club members Are invited to take part in this fund raising part. Card players Are asked to bring their own cards. The proceeds will go into the fund for the construction of a second unit of girl town. Girl town provides specialized care for girls from 12 to 16 years of age who have emotion Al problems such a nature they cannot be cared for in their Homes Foster Homes or in existing Community facilities. The aim is to give each girl the Opportunity to become emotionally stable so that she May return to Normal Community iving the White Pine roman s club will have a similar party nov. 23. Club activities the Lake Road Extension study group will meet tuesday at At the Home of mrs. Stephen Thomas with mrs. Thomas and mrs. Albert Dur Ham As hostesses. The Hurley Lionette will have their november meeting in the form of a potluck supper tuesday nov. 19, at the Home of mrs. Gertrude Riccelli 246 Ashland court. All members interested in attending should Call 561-4484 to make reservations. The past matrons club of Hurley chapter order of East Ern Star will meet monday night nov. 18, at the masonic Temple at Erick Anderson Buzz Collins Rex Sale senator billboard Hawkins John Fredrickson sunny James Forslund. Sheriff John Blomquist 1st sharecropper Diane Kolak 2nd sharecropper Janice strand 3rd sharecropper Jeanne Tal Aska 4th sharecropper Mary Lou Schmaltz Henry James Sisko Susan Mahoney Marcia Pribyl. Howard Charles Michella 1st geologist William Decker 2nd geologist Michael Kageorge Diane Gail Ketola Jane Linda Bidgood preacher John David Erickson or. Robust Mark dal Pra or. Shears David Erickson. Three Pilgrim passion gos Peers Rusty Lehocky Steve Salmi and James Forslund deputies James cricks Ted Keto la and Fred Kivi tobacco girls Linda Murto Bonnie Jobe Beth Siskonen Chris tur Unen Lynn Bloshenko Kris sue Mchugh and Mari Lyn Johnson. Dancers Judy Negri Camfrle dal Pra Dianne Lanctoe mar Garet Vizanko Linda Mcdonald Shirley Asunto Ginny Hewitt Penny Perry Nena Lein Sandy Maki Carol Heikkola Betsy Martilla Paulette Negrini Darcy Friedman Jeanine Olson Kathy Brunette and Marcia Pribyl. Tickets for the performance Are in Advance or at the door. They Are available from any choir or band Mem Ber. If you leave the oven door open a minute or two while you Are heating it for baking it will dry the oven out and prevent open House held before Pat meet open House preceded the Reg ular november meeting of the sleight school Parent teacher association. The parents had the Opportunity to meet their children s teachers and look Over the prepared lessons. At the general meeting Rich Ard Dahnke gave report on the Pat sponsored cub scout pack 340. He mentioned that adult leaders Are needed including Den mothers. The president mrs. Charles East said she and her family will be moving soon and she thanked everyone for co operation. Mrs. Patrick Shee Han vice president will take Over As president and mrs. Richard Guth will be the new vice president. The nominating committee to pick officers for the 1969-70 school year Are mrs. Sheehan mrs. Robert Benson and mrs. Hugh Drury. Mrs. Sheehan chairman of the fun frolic said More than 130 parents worked on the frolic. She also thanked everyone for helping to make it the Success it was. The landscaping project of the school grounds was discussed and it was decided that the project should wait until the project was further explored Thomas Wilkinson gave an interesting talk on the Community schools program also How this program would affect the sleight school. The program concluded with lunch served by the mothers of fifth Grade students. Church events St. Paul lutheran. The coup Les program will be held Sun Day night at 8 with or. And mrs. James Buddenhagen show ing slides of Ethiopia. Hosts and hostesses for the evening Are or. And mrs. Albert Sny Kelma and or. And mrs. Edward Auvinen. Sharon lutheran. The study groups will meet sunday night at 7. Leah Guild will meet monday at At the Home of mrs. James Hunter 406 Greenbush St., with mrs. Charles East assisting. White lutheran. The confirmation classes will meet monday classes 1 and 2 at 4 And class 3 at 5 White Pine Community. Choir rehearsal will be held at Monday. Rockland methodist. The women s society of Christian service is sponsoring a Bazaar and smorgasbord today. Dinner will be served from 5 to 7 legion auxiliary to meet monday the Ironwood american legion auxiliary will have i t s november meeting monday night at in the legion club rooms. The favorite hymn of mrs. Ellen Ericson a past president will be Sung. November is membership month and those eligible to join the auxiliary Are mothers daughters and Sisters of Veter ans. It has been suggested that each member bring a guest for the evening. Hostesses will be mrs. Wil Liam King and mrs. Albert Par ent assisted by a committee. Ann Landers. Answers your problems Exchange student to attend meeting Roger Schoeller an Exchange student from West Germany who is attending Wakefield High school will be the guest of the Zion Luther league at its meet ing sunday at Schoel Ler will give a talk on Germany and Church life there. All Young people Are invited to attend. School principals there Are an estimated men and women Princi pals both teaching and supervising in the elementary schools of the United states. They average 45 hours a week in direct school duties and five hours More in supplementary school related tasks. Moisture from forming on the a a of the Waal that gave Wall Street its name was built in 1653 to protect the dutch inhabitants oven Walls a dry oven heats much faster. Card of thanks we wish to thank our friends neighbors and rela Tives for their acts of kind Ness and assistance during the hospitalization and death of our son and brother. We Are grateful to the Rev. C. Brege the pallbearers those who sent Flowers and Mone tary gifts the ladies Aid who served lunch and those who offered the use of their cars. Your kindly deeds will never be forgotten. Carl e. Family have your Winter clothes dry cleaned now Trust us to do a Supe rior Job of dry clean ing Ali your wearable from sportswear to dress clothes. Setterlund cleaners 211 e. Mcleod dial 932-4332 pickup and delivery our thanks. To All of those who lessened the Burden of sorrow during our bereavement the loss of our dear wife and Mother. Mrs. Mae Rodd. We will never forget the consideration shown us by our neighbors and friends nor the help we received from those who provided cars food and gifts of Money. We especially thank the reverend Lumsden of the presbyterian Church the Dorcas society and the women of he Church who served the lunch the pallbearers organist and vocalists. In addition we appreciate More than a words can Tell the prompt efforts of or. I. P. Galio and the staff of the grand View Hospital. Or. Edmond Rodd or. And mrs. John Lwandowski or. And my. Edward Rodd and families slipcovers should be stretched Over furniture while they Are still a Little Damp. This Way they will dry to an exact fit and look better than when ironed. Kenny s studio photo mrs. Gary Ellis to to Damgard Ellis nuptials held miss Donna Damgard Daugh Ter of or. And mrs. Walter Damgard Saxon and Gary Ellis son of or. And mrs. Clar ence Ellis also of Saxon repeated nuptial vows after the Rev. James Taylor saturday nov. 9, at 3 At St. Ann s Catholic Church Saxon. Miss Damgard chose a lace and organza Cage gown for her wedding the fitted Imide Sheath was topped by a lace Cage de signed with a scoop neckline and Long tapering sleeves that came to Caus Points Over her wrists. An organza Bow accented the front neckline. Tiny gathers of lace at the High Rise line fell gracefully Back forming the Chapel train accented with a Bow for aisle Bearty. Her veil of imported silk illusion was deftly caught to a Pearl Tiara. The Bride s Cas Cade bouquet was fashioned of Pixie carnations natural foliage and White Satin ribbon. Dennice Damgard was her sister s maid of Honor and Only attendant. She wore a red velveteen floor length gown Anc Matching Headpiece. Marvin Ansami Saxon server or. Ellis As Best Man and per forming the duties of Ushers were Robert Hanson Crivitz wis., and Lanny Peterson sax on. The Bride and bridegroom received guests at a reception at the Saxon Community build ing. After a wedding trip to Woodruff or. And mrs. Ellis Are now at Home in Saxon. Dear Ann Landers i m a Young student nurse who has gotten a reel education in the past four weeks. Since i be been working in the Hospital i be had my eyes opened up. Three children have died and a dozen More came close because their mothers were careless. Please print the following suggestions for the mothers of Small child Ren 1 keep All medicines locked up and out of reach. 2 when you have finished with a prescription liquid or Pill get rid of it by Flushing it Down the toilet. Don t save Medicine. If often changes Chemi Cally with age. 3 never store cleaning agents in food containers bottles or left Over jars. Last week one Little boy nearly died from drinking cleaning fluid in a pop bottle. A Little girl did die from eating insecticide which was in a Jelly Jar 4 do not leave children in the Bathtub unattended they can turn on the hot water and scald themselves. 5 keep matches and Cigar ret lighters out of the reach of youngsters. Kids love fire and it can kill them. 6 keep All pot handles turned toward the Wall while on the stove. Youngsters Are cur ious and often tip the pan to see what s cooking. Tipped pans have scarred Many a child for life. Thanks dear . I appreciate your suggestions Ana Hope the Moth ers of Young children will pay attention. And now i d like to add one More suggestion. Chil Dren should be taught that if their clothes catch fire they should not run. They should fall to the ground or to the floor and Roll until the flames Are smothered. Dear Ann Landers i have been going with a very Nice woman for four years. We Are both past 30 and enjoy one an licenses to wed applications for marriage licenses have been made at the office of the go Gebic county clerk by the following James l. Clemens and Mary a. Miller Marshfield wis. Ronald r. Stumpf and Bonita Mae Lynn Julius Wadena Minn. A daily thought my son he attentive to my words incline your ear to my sayings. Let your eyes look directly Forward and your gaze be straight before verbs 5 never measure the height of a Mountain until you have reached the top. Then you Wil see How Low it Hammarskjold former . Secre tary general. Other s companionship. This woman has a pretty face but she is very Bow legged. I took some pictures of her recently and her legs look like parentheses. The problem is the Short skirts emphasize her Bowlegs. I never thought much about her legs until these crazy styles came in. Would i be out of line to Tell of my Tongue dear tip speak up lad. It would be an act of Friendship. She might ignore you but at least you Wie have gone on re Cord

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