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Personal Paragraphs Mr. And Mrs. Joe Trecker and family, who spent two weeks with relatives here, left Tuesday for their home at Whippany, N. J. Mr. Trecker's sister, Mrs. James Walsh, and children of Torrance, Calif., who came a week ago, are remaining for two more weeks. Mrs. Walsh is the former Kathleen Trecker. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hamill and children, Mary Jo, Kathy, Linda and Billy, of Des Moines came Monday to spend several days with Mrs. Hamill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Bayley, and Mr. Hamill's sisters, Mary Ann and Esther Hamill. Misses M. Geraldlne and Lillian O'Boyle are returning to their home In Sioux City Tuesday after spending a week with their aunts. Misses Rose and Agnes Finegan. Mr. and Mrs. V. Stuart Perry came home Sunday night after spending about a week in Minnesota's northern lake region, including Gull Lake. They stopped on the way back for a weekend visit with Mrs. Perry's mother, Mrs. C. S. Clausen, and brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Paradee, in the Paradee home at Sacred Heart. Minn., where "the Perrys' son, Gayden, a student at the State University of Minnesota, is spending the summer. Dnn Waters, who has been employed in Milwaukee this summer, is here with his brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Waters, and family until about Sept. 3, when he will return to Milwaukee for his second year in the dental school of Marquette University. Two Farewells Are Given For Marlene Nielahd Marlene Nieland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Nieland, was honored at a surprise farewell party in her home Sunday, August 25. The evening was spent visiting I Norb f * Ahmann of Remsen, were and taking pictures. Later, the i marHed at 8:30 Tuesday morn- participants served lunch. Those Jane Schmitz Becomes Bride of Mark Ahmann Jane Schmitz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Schmitz of Arcadia, and Mark C. Ahmann of Carroll, son of Mr. and Mrs. YOUR VISION • continuing series of articles prepared for newspapers at a public service . . . By DR. JAMES R. GREGG, Optometrist Vision and Delinquency The child who cannot see properly is a potential behavior problem, which if it becomes intense, can lead to juvenile delinquency. There Is a high relationship between delinquency and poor schoolwork. Of 350 cases handled in a Tennessee juvenile court, 90 per cent were retarded in school. A frequent pattern: trouble In school, truancy, and finally serious anti-social behavior. Four young parole violators facing a Toledo. Ohio, judge the same day, were found to have poor vision. Once these youngsters had optometric care, school grades improved and good behavior followed. Studies of two groups of boys and girls, one rated as having normal behavior and the other as having tendencies toward misbehavior, showed a significantly higher number of visual defects ' In the delinquent group. Onlv ten per cent of those who needed visual care had ever received any. Any physical defect which hampers school achievement, can lead to bad behavior. The child who doesn't see well can't read well, he hides his failure by daring exploits and breaking the rules, or by simply staying away from school. The mal-adjustment becomes more intense as disciplinary problems increase. Parents fail to understand, threats and punishment make things worse. The youngster's frustration leads him to search for ways to "fight back"—to prove his courage and to get recognition. Vision may not alone cause delinquency. But, anything interfering with school achievement and retarding the pace of expected performance, is a threat to normal social adjustment. Copyright. 1»BS Virion Conservation Institute. Sponsored for Public Information by tho Following Optometrists Dr. 0. M. O'Connor Dr. John E. Martin Dr. Rex W. Hinson present included: M a r 1 e n e's grandmother, Mrs. Will Staiert, Mr. tind Mrs. Lawrence Wernimont and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nieland and family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kennebeck and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stai­ ert and family, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Staiert and family and Marine's sisters and brothers. The group presented Marlene with a parting gift. A member of Kuemper's graduating class o( 1957, she will enter St. Rose Convent, LaCrosse, Wis., Sunday, Sept. 8. * * * Earlier this month Marlene was given several dinner courtesies. One was given by her baptismal sponsor, Mrs. Lawrence Wernimont in the Wernimont home, Route 2. Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa Tuesday, Aofl. 27, 1957 Tuesday ing, August 27, in St. John 's Catholic Church at Arcadia. Officiating at the double ring service was the Rev. Cletus Ahmann, pastor of the churchy and great-uncle of the bridegroom. Two matching floral arrangements decorated the altar. * * * Mr. Schmitz gave his daughter in marriage. She was attended by her sister, Marian Schmitz, maid of honor, and Roselyn Leiting, a friend, bridesmaid. Noel Ahmann was his brother's best man. Eugene Schmitz, brother of the bride, and Al Cooley of Omaha, friend of the bridegroom, ushered. Flower girl was the bridegroom's sister, Rita Ahmann. * * * The bride wore a gown of Chantilly lace and tulle over satin. The sabrina neckline and the lace pat tained at a noon dinner at the American Legion hall in Arcadia, where a reception for 125 guests was held from 2 to 5 o'clock. Mrs. William Leiting, Mrs. Neil Reiman, Mrs. Jay Quinn and Mrs. Albert Hannasch, dinner hostesses, were assisted in serving by Roselyn Bedding, Mary Quinn, Verna Beckman, Shirley Winker, Gladys Vonnahme and Jeanne Leiting. Mrs. Art Diers was the dining room hostess. The bride's cake centered the reception table. Twisted tapers, flowers and streamers were used in the decorations. When Mr. and Mrs. Ahmann leave on a 10-day trip to Colorado, Methodist Class Has Wiener Roast Thirty members and guests of Mrs. Duane Shriver's class of the Methodist Sunday School joined in a wiener roast Monday night at Swan Lake State Park. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Duane Shriver, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Rogers and Mr. and Mrs. V. Stuart Perry. The evening was spent playing softball and other outdoor mixed games. Minnesotans- Help Templeron Couple Observe Anniversary Tuesday- American Legion Auxiliary .6:30 potluck dinner and regular meeting, Legion hall. Kevin Dolen and Junior Champion Celebrate Birthdays Two next-door neighbors, Kevin Dolen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dolen, and Junior Champion, sou of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Champion, celebrated their sixth birthdays at a party given by their mothers on the lawn of the Do- Wednesday— Carroll Toastmistress Club, Hotel Burke. Methodist Young Adult class picnic, Graham Park shelterhouse. Thursday- Carroll Rainbow Girls, 7:30 p.m. Masonic Temple. Saturday— Bridge-mixer, 8 p.m., Carroll Country Club. tern of the bodice were embroid- Another was in the home of her ered with miniature iridescents. A (Time* Herald News Service) TEMPLETON — A potluck /sup- j jmTome~Monday~ afternoon per was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Heithoff Friday evening, honoring them on their 47th wedding anniversary. Guests included: Mr. and Mrs. Marcellus Heithoff and Connie, i Verndale, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. the bride will wear a carmel col- 1 Leonard Sporrer and family, ored silk^shantung dress in sheath j Marvin, Jerry, LaVonne, Bernice, . Audrey, Melvin, Joyce, Joan and uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Al bert Kennebeck Rainbow Girls To Resume Meetings drift of gossamer tulle with re- embroidered vertical lace panels overlaid a cascade of tulle ruffles and swept into a whisper train. The bride's silk illusion hand-rolled veil was held in place with a . , lace plateau edged with irides- After Their Vacation i cents and embroidered pearls. She I carried a simplicity-styled arched Carroll Rainbow Assembly, j singular cascade bouquet of red which' has been vacationing dur-1 velvet roses and bridal Ivy over ing the summer, will resume i knotted white satin showers, meetings Thursday. August 29, at j Thc brjf)al attendants wore jd e n- 7:30 p.m. in the assembly room of the Masonic Temple. Members of Four Families Meet in Carroll for Reunion The annual reunion of the Gross, Knute, Peters and Janssea families was held Sunday at Graham Park here. Thirty-nine relatives attended from Sac City. Auburn, Glidden and Carroll. Two were young men who are home on furlough from the armed forces, Richard Janssen of Glidden, who Is stationed in California with the marines, and Paul Hike of Glidden, who is stationed in Missouri. * * • style with short jacket and brown accessories. * * * The bride, a graduate of Kuemper High School in 1955, has been employed as a waitress at the Main ke Cream parlor : n Carroll, Mr. Ahmann is news and sports director of radio station KCIM, Carroll. He graduated from St. Mary's High School. Remsen, in 1950 and served in the U.S. Army for two years. Cletus, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schultes and family, Tommy, Mary Kay and Laura Jean, Dedham; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Heithoff and Jane, Mr. and Mrs. Clarus Heithoff and family. Dit ane, Bob, Cathy, Barbara and Joan, Manning; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Heithoff and family, Jim, Patty, Karen and Nancy, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Heithoff and sons, Linn, Norman, Rohn, Kim and Myron, Templeton;* Mr. and .Games were played before ice cream, birthday cakes and pop were served. The children were given horns for favors. George, Wittrock, low by Mrs. Rose Wittrock and the door prize by Mrs. Richard Drees. * * * Lunch, which the guests brought, was served later. Participants included: Mr. and Mrs. Ted Eischeid, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Drees, Mr. and Mrs. Richard The couple will live at 114 North • Mrs. Donald Wanninger and Mi East Street, Carroll. Wedding Banns, (Times Herald News Service) HALBUR — Banns for the approaching marriage of Gloria Bluml, daughter of Mr. and Mrs tical gowns of cotillion blue circle net over taffeta. The fitted bas­ ques with rounded necklines and tiny sleeves were caught at the • , • , -, . „ „. ; , . . ., n waists with cummerbunds falling | Frank B,uml - and Duane R 'es- 1 Meets for Reunion into streamers in the backs. The I Der 8- son of Mr - and Mrs - Law chele, Bayard. Michele is the honored couple's great - granddaughter. Also present were Carl Hansen of Manning and Jimmy and Wanda Eischeid of Halbur. Some of the mothers were n,.^ M * «„A M,-* TW.. .„„,, B«if«,k«.«i, ......... Drees. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dent- guests, ttetresnments were served ; ,• „_j ..,„„ «rsn j rock, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Potthoff, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Drees, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bluml, Mrs. Frances Wittrock, Mrs. Marie Drees, Mrs. John Schmitz, Alfred Wittrock, Phyllis Drees, Laura Wittrock, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wittrock and family and Mr. and Mrs. Romen Wittrock. the Dolen home. * * * The children, who were schoolmates and neighborhood playmates of Junior and Kev'n, included David, Michael and Laura Wells, Susan Peters, Elaine Johnson, Daleen Barlow, Paula Baker, Howard and Jean Mather, Jane Reinart and Kevin's sister, Erin. Sporleder Family bouffant ballerina-length skirts were worn with hoops. Both completed their costumes with matching mitts and hair braid tiaras interwoven with tiny rosebuds. Their flowers were princess cascade-designed bouquets of white carnations with full carnation crowns in wisped blue nylon tulle, with knotted satin showers. The flower girl carried a bridal basket of brushed blue and white pompons with showered satin. The bride's mother's sapphire blue crlpe dress was highlighted with blue satin and rhinestones. She wore black accessories and a Next year's reunion will be the! corsage of white and pink carna> second Sunday in August at Gra ham Park. Persons desiring more information about the 1958 meeting are asked to contact Mrs. Ben Berns of Carroll. Connie's Column Prttty Salad * Rhubarb Pudding • Doctors tuttar Wrappers • Cooking Cantors • Onion Canapos Rhubarb In Your Oordent It'll make a splendid pudding! Mil. Martin Dickinson of Minneapolis combines 2 cups graham cracker crumbs, 1 % cups sugar, % tsp. salt, % tsp. cinnamon, 2 tbsp. grated orange rind, and $ cup melted butter. Press one«quarter of the crumb mixture firmly in bottom of a 9-inch square greased baking pan. Put a layer of cut-up rhubarb on top (you'll want 2 lbs. for the pudding). Alternate layers of crumbs and rhubarb. Bake in moderate 350-degree gas oven lb minutes. Serve hot or cold with whipped cream or ice cream. • • • Handy Reminder Keep your doctor's name, plus his office phone number and bis home phone number, tacked up dose to your telephone. It's easy to be fussed and nervous in an emergency! This system keeps the name and number at your baby sit* ter'i fingertips, too, and assures you that every member of the family is familiar with it • • • Iver Wondered About It? You've seen the words beneath my column "copyright 1957 by the Northern Natural Gas Company", Who are they, and why do they bring you my column? Northern is the pipeline company that brings natural gas to your towry and Iowa Electric Light & Power Company, the!folks who bring it to you. A chain of helpers who Bupply you with natural gas for easier homeraaking and batter living, Time Pile* .,, ... but the pesky flies of Summer stay with us right up to the first frost! Unfortunately, a garbage pail in the backyard helps to make your back door a target for house flies. You could do a lot to remedy that situation with a modem gas incinerator. What a blessing, so many wonderful ways! No more trips outside in any kind of weather. No more collected trash in the kitchen! They're economical, too... even the ashes can be used in the garden. See them at your local gas company or gas appliance dealer. Pass the Canape* Perfect with any cold beverage, these Onion Can­ apes made by Mrs. Leo Lieb of St, Paul: Cut 4 slices white bread into rounds with a cookie cutter and toast them in your gas oven. Peel and chop fine . 3 golf ball sue onions. Mix with 3 tbsp. mayonnaise, 1 tsp. Worcestershire sauce and Y4 tsp. paprika. Butter the toast rounds and put a spoonful of the mix on each. Pop under your gas broiler; remove them when golden brown. • • • As Restaurants Do It There's a built-in gas cooking center for your own modem kitchen! This easy- to-install unit is available with four top gas burners (even one with, automatic control), a built-in gas griddle, a gas oven and a rotis- aerie-broiler ... When you go to the "old stove round-' up" at your local gas company, Iowa Electric Light & Power Company, or gas appliance dealer, be sure to ask about this complete cooking center. • • • Quick Kitchen Trick Have I ever remembered to (ell you thai a saved butter- wrapper furnishes just enough butter to grease a cake pan before you flour it? Tasty-Green Salad jfrr-K-.- Mrs. Clinton <3r/??r\^ Copple recommends it; we tried it* and love it! 1 pkg. lemon jello, 1 pkg. lime jello, 1 pt: hot water, 2 -#2 can crushed pineapple, 1 cup chopped nuts, 1-12 ox. pkg. cottage cheese, % cup whipped cream, 1 cup salad dressing, and 1 tsp. horseradish. Dissolve jello in water; chill till slightly thick. Fold in other ingredients and chill in ring mold. Serve "whole", on large plate with greens. Beautiful! • • • •usy Lady lust lately I charted with a busy lady executive T- one you'd have admired. She's an executive with an International fashion Job. Nearing forty, she has three grown-up children—plus one tiny babyl Also an understanding bus* band, a French poodle, a battling tomcat, and a wonderful way with French dishes in the kitchen. We met her on a forty-eight hour speaking tour In the Midwest. Now,,, feel as rushed as you did? tions centered with red roses* The bridegroom's mother, wearing a pink lace dress, had black accessories and a corsage of white carnations. * * * Sr. Mary Theona, organist, played "Processional" by Renard and "Recessional March" by Lysberg. St. John's Choir sang Mass No. loll, "O Sanctissima" by Weise at the offertory and "On This Day, 0 Beautiful Mother," by Lambillotte as the bride placed an arm bouquet of white gladioli and carnations, tied with Madonna blue satin, on the Blessed Virgin's altar. Immediately after mass, breakfast was served by the bride's sister-in-law, Mrs. Elmer Schmitz, at her home in Arcadia. * » * Seventy-five guests were enter- rence Riesberg, were announced for the first time Sunday in St. Augustine's Church, Halbur, where the wedding will take place Saturday, September 14. Hospital Auxiliary To Stage Style and Gift Show Sept. 5th A style and gift show has been announced by the St. Anthony Hospital Auxiliary for the first general meeting of the new season in the nurses' auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. September 5. Members and guests are invited. Fall fashions, iccessories and gifts appropriate to the fall season will be shown through the courtesy of local merchants. Arrangements are in charge of Mrs. John Gnam, program chairman. Narrator of the fashion revue will be Mrs. Edna Collins with Mrs. Mary Rogers as piano accompanist. Among merchants cooperating are Broughton's, E11 e r- broek's, Balk's Furs, Guys and Gals, J. C. Penney Com- v pany, Spurgeon's, Vogue Ready-to-Wear, Waters Department Store, Kelly Shoe Store, Duffy's Bootery and Sharp Florist. Others may be added. Housewarming at Mrs. Rose Wittrock'i Residence in Halbur (Timet Html* N*w» Servlcft) HALBUR - Mrs. Rose Wittrock, who moved recently into her residence in Halbur, was given a surprise housewarming at her home by relatives Sunday evening. Pinochle was played and the high prize was won by Mrs. A Sporleder family reunion was held at the Glidden park Sunday noon with 77 present. A basket dinner was enjoyed followed by an afternoon of visiting and games. Those present included: Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Sporleder and Larry, Mr. and Mrs. William Thede, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Thede .and family and Mr. and 'Mrs. E. W. Sporleder and family, all of Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Sporleder of Fonda; Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Helm and Diana of Auburn; Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Sporleder and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Kurth, all of Glidden; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Thede of Maryland; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thede and* family, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon thede and Laura Thede, all of Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Thede of Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Tony Large of Hayfield, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Keith Williams and sons of Rochester, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Vernice Gray and daughter of Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kurth and family of Audubon; Mr. and Mrs. George Pfiester of Ames; Mr. andj Mrs. Fritz Sporleder and family! of Carroll; Mrs. Anna Sporleder of Glidden; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Sporleder and family and Mr.' and Mrs. Boh Sporleder and girls, all of Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Mino Johnson and Virginia of.] Kempton, 111., were guests. Miss Carolyn Brady has returned from Boulder, Colo., where she attended the summer session of the State University of Colorado. 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