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His Wife Is Too Tranqui 6 AUSTIN (Minn.) HERAtO Saturday, Dee. 6, 1958 By ANN LANDERS Dear Ann: My wife has me terribly worried. She's 44 and we hove three nice children. Last January 8h« began to get moody. She wrong type of medication, or too much of it. A Complete personality change suggest that she may be eating the pills like popcorn. Pills or liquids which anesthetize day and 1 just knew my husband wouldn't remember. Then 1 picked up the (name of the paper) and started to read your column. refused bridge invitations which *he used to love. She got jumpy i sh£b and short-tempered with the chil tdren. Her only in create more. Insist that doctor at once. Dear Ann Landers: Do you think! husband never remembered special days was right there In bold print. I felt very sad for this wo- jman because, naturally, I Identlf- . — ,, ... , - i man uei terest seemed to" 8 necessary for the parents ofj ied h ith .. b« cooking and « 16-year-cld girl to know the life] . . , . , c 1 e a n 1 n g t h e M«tory of every boy who takes her And then l nM * om wonderful j answer. It really changed my whole way of thinking and I shall always be grateful. You said: house. In April she read an article out? I am an average student (never flunked anything) and I have nev- about tranquilizerjer been in trouble. I think it's a {.ills which could rotten shame that parents don't be bought in n show a little confidence In their drug store without'kids and trust them. I'm getting * prescription, j fed up on the third degree every ~~ time I go out with a fellow, Please put your answer in the paper. If you sent me a letter | they would probably think I wrote it to myself, — JANE What do you mean by "life his- Ann Landers This changed her Into a different person. Now she is pleasant and agreeable. She never utters a harsh word to the kids or me. The house however, hasn't been cleaned properly In weeks. Some- 'The best gift a husband can give his wife is year-round respect, loyalty and affection." For the first time I realized I had all three, and suddenly I didn't care if he brought me a present or not. I kno-y he loves me. Thank you. Ann. — CONTENTED CONFIDENTIAL TO HARD LUCK HELEN: It's not your luck that's hard, Helen—it's your head. How many times must you learn the same lesson? Married men are times when I come home from tory " and " third degree?" If work the beds aren't made andj you .'f e •*}"* if P arents hav « the .„ there's no supper. She plays cards i ng to know the name of the ,poor marriage prospects. Lop it almost every day and has put on! b ° y you ' re goin & out with - hdwjoff and change jobs. Seeing him weight. i old he is . wh ere he intends to i every day is no good. I'm worried about her although I lake you for the evening, and • _ . ° ; tttKftf ti**«M I* *v w.1 *.•**> »._ I « she says she's never felt better •in her life. Is this good or bad? ,~L. S. T. what time he plans to bring you home—the answer is yes. Parents who want to know these To learn the knack of feeling comfortable with the opposite sex, send for Ann Landers' booklet, "should take pills without consulting to the company their daughter a doctor, even if they can be purchased without a prescription. Aspirin can be had without a prescription, too, but 50 at once would be disastrous. Perhaps your wife is taking the •, \ : Royal Neighbors ! of London Name Mrs. Dunning, Oracle Mrs. Roy Dunning was elected oracle of the Royal Neighbors of London Thursday at the home of Mrs. Thomas Lorenzen, Lon' don. She will serve with Mrs. Roy Scheffel, vice oracle; Mrs. Ben .Cafourek, past'oracle; Mrs. John Kvale, charfcellor; Mrs. Leonard Heiny Sr., recorder; Mrs. Edward Mudra, receiver; Mrs. William Cafourek, marshal; Mrs. Gilbert Hermanson, assistant marshal; Mrs. . Laura Campbell, inner sentinel; Mrs. Alfred Johnston, outer sentinel; Mrs. Gena Rawn; first year manager; Mrs. Edward Lukes, musician; Mrs. Herbert Miller, captain; Mrs. Thomas Lorenzen, flag-bearer; Mrs. MUo Cafourek faith; Mrs. Leonard Heiny Jr., courage; Mrs. Martena Allen, mod esty; Mrs. Clifford Barclay, endurance. Christmas gifts were exchanged. The next meeting will be Jan. 8, when officers will be installed at the Scheffel home. Mrs. MUo •Cafourek and Mrs. Heiny Jr. wiU £_' be installing officers. •^Milwaukee Women JR. Meet for Luncheon ~. The MUwaukee Road Women's Your wife is too darned tran-(facts are not nosy. They simply j" How To Be Date Bait," enclos for her own good. No one'have brain's enough to pay attention J ing with y° ur request 20 cents in coin and a large, self-addressed, stamped envelope. (Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of THE HERALD enclosing a stamped, self- addressed envelope.) Christmas Program for Mission Band A Christmas program, was presented for the Mission Band of Taopi Covenant Church, Thursday at the home of Mrs. Nathan Noreen, Taopi. Mrs. Anna Dean read the Christmas Story and offered prayer; readings were given by Mrs. Raymond Voigt, Mrs. Leo Remer and Mrs. John Johnson; one selection was sung by Mrs. Merle Young, who also led in group singing ol carols. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Staebler and Mrs. Carl Haag. St. Elizabeth Unit at Rose Creek Mrs. William Cress Jr. and Mrs. Ralph Hertges entertained St. Elizabeth Unit Wednesday evening at the Cress home, Rose Creek. Prayer was led by Mrs. Cress After the business session, 500 was keeps. Want anything else answered in the paper? Dear Ann Landers: I was sitting around feeling sorry for myself because tomorrow is my birth- Dorothy Williams and John F. Bloch o Marry Dec. 26 Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Williams, )6 Mankato, announce the en- agement and forthcoming marri- ge of their daughter, Dorothy, to ohn F. Bloch, son of Pastor and Mrs. Fred H. Bloch, Denver, Colo. The wedding will take place at p.m. Dec. 26, at St. Olaf Luthran Church. Miss Williams is a graduate of Fairview Hospital School of Nurs- ug and the University of Minnesta and received her masters degree at the University of Colo- ado, where she is an instructor n psychiatric nursing. Her fiance is a graduate of Ok- ahoma State University and is in engineering sales. Miss Otto Presents -adies Aid Program • Thursday at the KC Hall. Hostesse £, were Mrs. E. E. Barker, Mrs. E ~''J. Full, Mrs. Clara Luskow, Mrs E. Theophilus. *, Gifts were exchanged and card played with prizes awarded Mrs Henry Stuewer and Mrs. Gaylor Moses in bridge; Mrs. Fran Jeffers and Mrs. Ida Stromsoc in 500; Mrs. Blanche Trenary an Mrs. Emma Whiteside in bingo Mrs. Barker received the atten dance prize. There will be IK meeting in January. Miss Ruth Otto was program P Iaved with P rizes awarded Mrs. chairman when Marshall Lutheran j Myles Bendtsen, Mrs. C. R. West- adies Aid met Thursday at the church, near Adams. After devotions and prayer, Miss Otto gave a reading. Hostesses were Mrs. Raymond Harrington an Mrs. William Hardecope. Mrs. Merle Hately and Mrs. Henry Himebaugh will entertain in January. Mrs. Aflred May. Mrs. Albert Ulwelling and Mrs. Walter Pudenz received door prizes and Mrs. Delos Frank and Mrs. Gilbert Stute travel prizes. The January session will be with Mrs. Frank. 500 Club Meets With Mrs. Meyer Mrs. Nicholas Meyer, Rose Creek, was hostess to the R o s Creek 500 Club Wednesday after noon. She was assisted by Mrs Arthur Schammel and Mrs. Fran ces Schammel. Cards were played and prize Mae Beth Womack and Raymond Grimm Marry at Riceville In a single-ring ceremony last Saturday, Miss Mae Beth Womack became the bride of Raymond Grimm at Immaculate Conception Church, Riceville, Iowa. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Womack, Riceville, and the groom is the son of Mrs. Bertha Orimm, Riceville. The Rev. Arthur F. Stirn perform- the ceremony and Miss Joan Theis accompanied the soloist, ames Prochaska. Given in marriage by her fa her, the bride wore a gown of white brocaded satin and a finger ip veil held with a Juliet cap. Her colonial bouquet was of white, ironze and yellow mums. Miss Rosella Grimm was maid >f honor wearing a toast brocad d satin gown with a net over kirt and chiffon shoulder drape. The bridesmaid, Miss Lois Canen, Lime Springs, wore a mint green gown, styled identical to hat of the maid of honor. Their colonial bouquets were of bronze ind yellow mums. Linda Murphy, Riceville, and Sale Grimm, Waterloo, were flow er girls wearing white satin dresses with net overskirts. James Womack was ringbearer. Gene Grimm attended the groom as bestman and Thomas Thompon was groomsman. Ushers were Norbert Theis and Fred Grimm Mr. and Mrs. Grimm will make heir home at Waterloo. Christmas Party : or Modern Matrons Mrs. A. W. Lemata and Mrs Merlin Vandewege were chairmen of the Modern Matrons Club Christ mas dinner party at the YWCA Thursday evening. Gifts were ex changed following the singing o carols. Program chairmen were Mrs Wayne Batterman and Mrs. Don aid Manders. During the social hour game, were played with prizes awardei Mrs. Gerald Dimit, Mrs. Duanc Nfoel, Mrs. William Myers, Mrs Vandewege and Mrs. William Buechner. Mrs. Carl DeRose wa awarded the door prize. Recitation of Rosary Opens Unit Meeting Recitation of the Rosary open ed a meeting of St. Winifred Uni Thursday evening at the home o Mrs. Mathew Arens, 311 N. Divi sion. A social hour followed the busi ness session and Mrs. Kate Van -amp was awarded a prize. Th January meeting will be with Mrs William Enright, 200 Division. Household Hints Paper towels are indispensabl for draining fried foods like baco and french fried potatoes. Hang dispenser where the children ca reach them for drying their hands 6 Youths Get Terms for Part in Fatal Brawl MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Six souths got sentences and a stern ecture Friday for their parts in a Minneapolis "street brawl which ed to a fatal shooting of a com>anion. "I wiU' not be a party to permitting .gangs such as yours to make it unsafe on the public streets," Judge Paul J. Jaroscak told the defendants. "I don't be ieve any of you have any appreciation of the seriousness of wha you've done." The dead youth was Edwarc Haggen, 20, Minneapolis, who was (leviathan which has a deadweight tonnage of 104,500, was the ship- said Friday night ^B magnate Daniel Ludwig and the criticisms, the his wife. Ludwig is the head of National Bulk Carriers, Inc., of New York, builders of the vessel. The Universe Apollo was completed in five months at a cost of broad under government sub-j Present at the launching of the dy. Officials of the U.S. Informa- on Agency hat despite ver-ag effect of (he book — en- tied "The Ugly American" - is o present American intentions to- ard other countries in a good ght. The final decision to subsidize ie sales was made by USIA Dl- ector George V. Allen, they said. About 500 copies of the book, by William J. Lederer and Eugene Burdlck, will be sold In about 13 ations under contract between fSIA and the book's publisher, W. W. Norton & Co. Inc., New fork. The Norton firm had applied for he contract under which USIA uarantees conversion of foreign urrencles into dollars. Such contracts, authorized by Congress, are intended to promote ales of books and other publica- ions in nations with currencies ot readily convertible into dol- ars. Officials said 13 nations now ave arrangements with the unerican government covering uch transactions. Add minced parsley or celer; tops to tomato juice and refrige ate overnight; strain and serve a an appetizer. If you want your baked apple to have a pretty glaze, place them under the broiler and baste wit Literary Club Holds Holiday Party Members' of the Rose Creek Literary Club entertained their husbands at a Christmas dinner party Thursday at the Maurice Halverson home, Rose Creek. Bridge and 500 were played with _.._ „„. ., prizes awarded William Quast, j awarded Mrs. John Landherr and the pan syrup . watch care f u n y Mrs. C. R. Westmoreland, Mau-j Mrs - Adol P h Brown - Mrs - Flovd !as not to scorch, rice Halverson, Mrs. Melvin Sch-! skou received the door prize. Aj Christmas party will be held Dec. j Ever add grated orange rind package lemon pudding-and-p filling mix? Nice flavor change! Friday fare: Skillet-fried patties m a d e with canned salmon and •n i iu u LI. f , -, served with cream sauce and a without the bother of a knife and; garnish of hard-cooked egg slices cutting board. i and minced parsley or chives. wartz, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ulwelling, Elmer Jensen, Miss Lenore Merrill. Mrs. Melvin Schnorenberg will entertain Jan. 7. 18, at the Skou home. Terrific Fabric Assortment STARTS MONDAY AT 9:00 A. M. Located in Oyr Downstairs Store ALL BETTER QUALITY! te^fl^h^tf^.^fl^ta^^^.^0^k^^^h^ ^^^^^^^^"^^^^^"^^^•^i Assortment includes Ramona Cloth, i«t*r Quality Cottons, Wa»h 'N Wears, Rondo Ptrcale*. Value loving women who sew make a bee-line to Penney's in Austin for this terrific value special! Big assortment to choose from! Compare for quality, style, value! We know you'll be amazed at how much you save! Scissors have many uses in a busy kitchen. They cut parsley, chives, mint, scallions and leeks We Subsidize Book Critical of Our Policy WASHINGTON (AP) - Some opies of a novel critical of the .S. foreign service will be sold [ing oil. America Launches World's Bp*"est Tanker Built in Japan KURE, Japan (AP) — The world's first tanker in the 100,000- ton class, the Universe Apollo, was launched at the former Japanese naval yard here today to inaugurate a new era of transport- nearly 14 million dollars. She has an over-all length of 945 Children Can Learn a Lot by 'Collecting' "Oh, daddy," explained 4-year- old Judy at dinner, "today I .held a fish. . and found a pretty rock and watched the birds fly in the trees." This fortunate little girl had spent the afternoon in ;he woods with her mother, exploring and learning about the everyday world around her. The little boy next door to her s just three years and four months Already he has discovered there are some colorful stones in the driveway and he likes to ride down ;o the lake with his parents to the beach where he can pick up more The shelf near his bed is full of stones of many shapes and sizes. He is having some valuable experiences in learning to appreciate the beauties of nature. He also is experiencing the first tastes of the fun and satisfaction that comes from making a collection. Children also enjoy learning about the different kinds of wild flowers — their sizes, shapes, and colors. Gradually learning the names can be a family project, though this is not vital to the actual collecting process. Children enjoy collecting leaves and then ironing them between sheets of wax- eel, 9 inches, la 138 feet wide and has a depth of 67V4 feet. . The world's largest passenger ship, the Queen Elizabeth, has a registered net tonnage of 83,673 and is 1,031 feet long. The Universe Apollo, has a top speed of 15 knots. The Kure dockyards were leased to NBC by the Japanese government in 1951 f6r 10 years with a five-year renewal option. Universe Apollo is expected to be fully fitted out 1959 and put on a ed paper - or gathering differ- Mpls.St. Paul, clear ent kinds of pine cones and ber- New Orlean s. cloudy ries to decorate the livingroom. New York - clear 54 31 -0 in January, route to the Persian Gulf oil fields and around South Africa. She has a loading capacity of some 103,000 tons ol oil. TEMPERATURES Alexandria 1 -5 ' Bemidji 2-10 ' Intl Falls 11 -4 .04 Redwood Falls 8 -2 Rochester 9 0 St. Cloud 3 -3 Duluth 2 -1 La Crosse 13 3 Madison 18 0 Mason City 13 -2 Minot -3 -14 Fargo 4 -4 Rapid City 15 -4 Calgary -3 -18 Edmonton -7 -18 Regina -5 -19 Winnipeg 5 -10 Albany, clear 38 24 Albuquerque, clear 68 36 Anchorage, cloudy 16 10 Atlanta, clear 65 34 Bismarck, snow 22 5 .0 Boston, cloudy 54 32 .1 Buffalo, cloudy 40 16 .2 Chicago, clear 31 9 Cleveland, snow 36 15 .0 Denver, snow 26 16 .0 Des Moines, clear 22 5 Detroit, clear 35 10 .0 Fort Worth, clear 52 33 Helena, snow 5 -3 Indianapolis, clear 36 12 Kansas City, clear 32 17 Los Angeles, cloudy 66 52 Louisville, clear 41 21 Memphis, clear 49 29 Miami, clear 83 68 Milwaukee, clear 19 4 7 0 82 57 These are fun to collect all year round. In fact, collecting rocks, press- Philadelphia, clear Phoenix, clear Pittsburgh, clear nusiue a oar. nuiiuiu ~ *"- ° ' .......... u.. u ™ ccua j p op f aT .j »*(» M Neva, 24, Minneapolis, pleaded | to brin ? in th <> house are things j p"^™' nrp' rni guilty earlier to manslaughter in f hat . are fun for th e whole family' slain July 15 during a fight with ing wild Bowers, gathering leaves three men outside a bar. Ronald ! and P ickin g P'ne cones and weeds Oklahoma City, cloudy 45 -26 Omaha, clear ,«in rmn the shooting. He was put on pro- nation. Sentenced Friday by Judge Jaroscak were Arthur Suess, 21, convicted of participating in a riot, up to one year in St. Cloud Reformatory, and John Galle, 18, Coon Rapids, convicted on a similar charge, up to one year custody of Youth Conservation commission. Given 90 day workhouse terms to do together. A drab early win-! ter day can become quite meaningful' if the whole family bundles up and goes out for a "collecting" walk in the woods. And, the children will learn to observe and understand more of the world around them. These are valuable experiences that can be as much fun as they are useful. Children learn by doing — by learning to watch, to observe, to Rapid City, cloudy 21 56 75 38 44 M 43 37 15 -4 5 31 48 15 Richmond, St. Louis, clear clear 64 33 Salt Lake City, cloudy 50 San Diego, cloudy 67 San Francisco, cloudy 61 Seattle, rain 42 Tampa, clear 78 Washington, clear 37 32 17 33 58 55 37 58 19 Temnle Bomb Trial May Go to Jury Today ATLANTA (AP) - the trial of eorge Bright, 31, Atlanta engl- eer charged in the bombing of a ewish temple, was expected to o to the jury today. Bright is the first of five men o be tried on charges of dynamiting the temple Oct. 12. A state witness Friday quoted right as saying he served as a ookout for the bombings which ore holes in the temple on fash- onable Peachtree Road. Plant Employe Testifies James Devore, 33, an automo- lie plant employe, said Bright old him about the bombing when icy were cellmates. Devore said Bright told him bat "he drew plans and led the ilans for the-'bombing. He said ie did not do the actual bombing )ut was a lookout." After Devore completed testify- ng, the state rested and the de- ense, led by James R. Vanable, iegan presenting its case. Statements Discredited So far, most of the defense estimony has been .directed al discrediting statements made by lie Rogers, former undercover agent for the FBI. Rogers' test! mony was to the effect that Bright and the other defendants were in a local chapter of the National States Rights party which he described as anti-Jewish 2 Farm Co-ops Pool Services ST. PAUL (AP) - Two major farm cooperatives Friday an nounced a pooling of services to members in Minnesota, Montana and the two Dakotas. State to Plan Setup to Meet Enemy Attack ST. PAUL (AP) - Minnesota's tate government is making ready to mete emergencies created by an enemy attack. An advisory committee reported ate Friday it would recommend his succession to the governorship n emergencies: lieutenant governor, president pro tempore of the Senate, House speaker, secretary of state, auditor, treasurer and attorney general. Present law carries the succession only through the head of the Senate. New Prague Army Reserve Center Set ST. PAUL (AP) - Army Engl. neers Friday approved a $98,963 estimate of the Kratochvil Construction Co., New Prague, for construction of an Army reserve training center there. The building is scheduled for completion next November. A similar facility was dedicated at Faribault earlier this year and others are under construction currently at Paynesvllle, Cannon Falls and Wabasha. Wreckage of Spanish Plane Found; 21 Die MADRID (AP) — The twisted wreckage of a Spanish airliner, missing since Thursday night was found today only 30 miles northwest of the airport it was trying to reach. All 21 persons aboard were dead. The plane crashed In snowy weather during a flight from Vigo in northwestern Spain to Madrid. The Farmers Union Grain Ter In addition to the five-men crew there were 16 passengers — 12 men, two women and two young minal Assn. will handle feed sales jg irls — aboard. A Chilean student in the four states and the Farmers was the only non-Spaniard aboard. Union Central Exchange will deal in fertilizer. Each will deal with The crash occurred on 3,000-foot peaks of the Guadarrama moun- co-ops affiliated with the other mjt«n range 40 miles northwest of these particular fields. Both will continue to operate independently while furnishing those particular services. The deal was undertaken to eliminate duplication of effort between the two firms. SING SING DOCTOR DIES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS OSSINING, N.Y. (AP) — Dr. George K. McCracken, 59, who was official physician at Sing Sing Prison for more than three decades, died Friday of a heart attack. Madrid. BASEBALL OFFICIAL DIES NEW YORK (AP)-Frederick VV. DeFoe, 80, industrialist and secretary of the Boston American League Baseball Co., died Friday in his home after an extended illness. TYPEWRITERS for Christmas See Them At Milan Printing Co., Inc. 130 W. Maple - Ph. HE 3-2055 J. Calistro, 20; Gene E. Steine, 17, and Kenneth Enfield, 20, all of Minneapolis. Enfield pleaded guilty to unlawful assembly after the others were convicted ><» TV.il tf\f VIMJ »» W4 IhllULIO^ tit.llll>3 CT -— " »*-**••) VW WiJ\.i ' C » *" Were Alan Brown, 19; Laurence collect, and to compare. Parents can do much to encourage their interests by providing companionship and by understanding and by edorsing these activities. Institute of Child Welfare, University by a jury of the same charge. of Minnesota. N. D. Man Gets Life Sentence for Murdering Nevada Indian BOISE, Idaho (AP) — David I Storberg told officers of the 1954 Storberg, 22, was sentenced to life filling after his arrest on federal imprisonment Friday after he charges of theft. He said he want- pleaded guilty to second rlegree ec * to get if off his conscience. * As Advertised in House & Garden " murder. Storberg, of Devils Lake, N.D.,! shot to death John William Bell, a 45-year-old Nevada Indian, on a « lonely road northeast of Mountain y Home, Idaho in 1954. y Storberg was arrested last ^ month after an exchange of gun- !•! i *» fire with officers at Pocatello, 1^ Idaho. His wife, Betty Jane W Stuckey, 14, was with him. She ^ was a parole violator from a de- j|J linquent school at Oregon, Wis., 'V and has been returned to St. -9 Petersburg, Fla., to face federal^ charges of interstate theft. jii Pros. Atty. 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