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Personal Paragraphs Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Rackcllffe returned Sunday evening from Minnesota"where they attended funeral netvices for Dr. Beckcliffe's niece, Mrs. Joe Ackerman, at St. Paulr Thursday morning, and the wedding of a friend, Barbara Karl, to r Gordon Schumacher at Delano, Minn., Saturday. TONITE! at the STAR LINE the new \* *' TOM... In singing stars •Jimmy Sacca Dot Rewording Stars — PLUS — Ralph Leslie & His Orchestra PLUS - PLUS • PLUS Our Own Leo Daeges & His Orchestra 2 BIG ORCHESTRAS WILL PRESENT "BATTLE OF THE BANDS" Dancing from 9 till ? Admission $1.50 Mrs. James D. White Jr. and daughter, Heather, of Shaker Heights, 0., came last week for an indefinite visit with 'Mrs. White's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Robinson. Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Rackcllffe have received word that their son, Pvt. James Rackcliffe, now stationed at Ft. Ord, Calif., will leave this week for Germany. Mrs. Reynolds Thomas and children, Margaret and Seth, of Ft. Dodge were visitors last weekend with Mrs. Thomas* mother, Mrs. Margaret Bowie. J. Joe Leffingwell of Carroll and Pat O'Leary of Fort Dodge left Tuesday to enter St. Benedict's College at Atchison, Kan. ' Joe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Leffingwell, are taking them there. Jane Lois Eason, Jack D. Maul in Wed at Scran ton VTImen R«r«ld Xr.vrt ServlM) SCRANTON — In a double ring ceremony at the First Methodist Church in Scranton on Sunday, Sept. 1, Jane Lois Eason betfeme the bride of Jack Doolin Maulin. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell M. Eason of Scranton, and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. George Maulin and the late Mr. Maulin of Buffalo, Mo. The Rev. Robert M. Parris officiated at the 2:30 p.m. ceremony before an altar decorated with candelabra and an arrangement of white gladioli and mums. JVirs. William W. Warrell of Silver Springs, Md., played violin selections "La Plue que Lente" and "Air Tendre." Accompanying her and providing nuptial music at the organ was Mrs. John Thomas of Scranton. * * • Escorted to the altar by her father and given in marriage by her father and mother, the bride wore a floor-length gown of white nylon organza with a chapel train. It featured a sweetheart neckline, fitted bodice with short sleeves and j was ring bearer. Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa Tuesday, Sept. 10, 195/ 1. > 'l^EBj , * <. v. JM *i 11 e Tuesday— St. Lawrence School Mothers' Club, 8 p.m., Parish hall. Epsilon Sigma .Alpha "sorority^ Mrs. H. B. Bockhaus. Women golfers' handicap tournament, Country Club. Wednesday- Carroll County SUI alumni club, Driftwood Room, Hotel Burke. Past Noble Grands Association, Mrs. Fred Schaefer. Grant. Township Homemakers Club guest day, Amber Room', Club 30. -Toastmlstress Club, Gold Room, Hotel Burke. Thursday— Newcomers Club, Driftwood Room, Hotel Burke. DeMolay Chapter, Masonic Temple. ,' Friday— Rebekah Lodge, I.O.O.F. Hall. Thimblebee, Mrs. R. H. Lott. ' Saturday— Priscilla Aider) Chapter, D.A.R M Constitution Day meeting, 1 p.m:, Hotel Burke. Sunday- Rainbow Girls installation of officers, 1:45 p.m., Masonic Temple. . Mrs: Meyers Speaks, Shows Films to Nurses Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Maulin Mrs. J. J. Meyers, who returned in July from a trip around the world, showed motion pictures of the oriental phase of her journey B„ e , Glild.-. cousin of ^•.^•---Jg- bouffant skirt worn over hoops. Both the skirt and bodice were ap- pliqued with Alencon lace, pearls and iridescent sequins. With it she wore six-button gloves. Her' fingertip veil of white illusion fell from a tiara of pearls Linda Doolin, Kansas City, Mo., cousin of the bridegroom, and Kent Bates, Scranton, cousin of the bride, attired in white choir robes, lighted the tapers before the ceremony. j Monday night, in the nurses' auditorium at St. Anthony Hospital. . Mrs. Meyers' pictures included people and scenes of Hawaii, Japan, China, India, and .Pakistan. At Decca, East Pakistan, she and her daughter Edith Jane, who - - ••— | The bride's mother wore a Ber- ... _ th tri visited She carried a white orchid, ar.| mu da pink tucked linen was Wlth her on the tnp ' V ' SUCq ranged on her Rainbow Bible withidress with a matching beaded hat' . . n M . M _.., in rp , teardrop streamers. She also wore| and accessories of navy; the; wav Comm.ss.on.Mr. Maulin re- groom's mother, a copen blue silk shantung sheath dress with matching accessories. Each had a cor-, sage of white carnations. i « , . L %, Also attending was Mrs. Ida ! Out-of-state guests were Mrs. Bates, Scranton, grandmother of; Gussie Maulin and Jerry, Buffa- the bride, who wore a corsage of lo, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert MR. AND MRS. RYAN .... Married in St. Lawrence Church here September 2 were Leota Niehaus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Niehaus, and Llewellyn Ryan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Ryan. After a southern trip the newlyweds are now at home at 306 N. Main Street, Carroll. (Paige & Paige Photo) a gold cross, a gift from the groom. Mrs. Robert Epple of Columbia, Mo., sister of the bridegroom was matron of honor. The bridesmaids and bridesmatron were Susan Bowdish, Pella; Miss Glenda Legore, Scranton, and Mrs. Charles Oxenford, Wayne, Neb., cousin of the bride. The attendants wore identical waltz-length gowns of dual shades of delf blue peau de soie. They were designed with empire cummerbunds with bustle bows. Their headpieces were halos of white carnations and they carried colonial bouquets of white carnations. * * * Larry McGowan of Buffalo, Mo., served as best man. Robert Eason, Scranton, brother of the bride, and James Maulin, Buffalo, brother of the bridegroom, were groomsmen and ushers. Jerry Neill, Buffalo, served as groomsman. Other ushers were James Moore, Buffalo, and Franklin Eason, Scranton, cousin of the bride. Sue Epple, Columbia, Mo., riiece of the bridegroom was flower girl and carried a miniature colonial bouquet of white carnations. Bruce Sr. Mary Martin .(Helen Heires) daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Heires of Carroll and graduate of St. Anthony School of Nursing, at the hospital where she is now serving as a registered nurse. Mrs. Meyers said she found.the people of all oriental countries friendly and hospitable to American visitors. After showing her pictures, she answered questions from the audience. Mrs. Meyers and Edith Jane left the United States from Seattle, Wash., March 11. on the SS. Hl- kawa Maru of the N.Y.K. (Jap- ports for active duty Nov. 4, atianese) line. The two traveled on Fort Sill, Okla.. where he will en-[their own until they reached New ter 17 weeks of school with Field Artillery. the white carnations. * * * A reception was held in church parlors immediately lowing the ceremony. Epple and Sue, Columbia, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Ruie Doolin, Sondra the Sue and Linda, Kansas City, Mo.; fol-!Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Dixon, ...... .. iChowchilla, Calif.; Gail Nichols, The four-tiered wedding cake, I McGregor, Manitoba, Canada; and decorated with white icing and Howard Gilmour, Winnipeg, Mani- dual shades of blue bells centered \ toba, Canada. the table. Mrs. Ernest Gleason .j cousin of the bride and Mrs. Mon -f ^^^^^y.; roe Bates, aunt of the bride, jv ^UmmiIT ee5 served the wedding cake assisted by Mrs. Marvin Thorton and Jane Hawn. Mrs. Merle Ogren, aunt of the bride, presided at the coffee service and Mrs. Ruie Doolin, aunt of the bridegroom served the punch. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Amsden were! For Workshop Of CD A Named Committees for a workshop for Catholic Daughters to be sponsored by the Past Grand Regents Club of Court St. Rose of Lima, Delhi, India, where they joined a world travel tour for protection in going through the Holy Land. Their party was the first tourist group to visit the Holy Land after recent disturbances. They were granted an audience 1 with King Hussein. Continuing with the tour to Turkey, Greece, and Italy, Mrs. Meyers and Edith Jane purchased a Fiat 600 in Rome and made the WED SATURDAY .... Myrna Schulte, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Schulte of Breda, and Orvllle Snyder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed finyder of Auburn, were united In marriage at St. Bernard's' Church; Breda, Saturday, the Rev. William J. Ortman officiating at a double-ring ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Snyder are TZ^Z^T'SZ ^ !Are S u r p r i s e d to western states. (Photo by | _ r Rohner Studio). Tripity Guild Starts Year aft Mrs. Tan Creti's Opening Its first fall work since the summer recess, Trinity Episcopal Guild met Monday evening at Mrs. M. R. Tan Creti's. " The membership voted to sponsor a rummage sale Saturday, September 28, at the location of the former Central Market and Mrs. Edward S. White was named chairman of arrangements by the presiding officer, Mrs. Leighton A. Wederath. For the fifth year, the Guild will put together its community birthday calendar and the work of distributing assignments was accomplished at this meeting. Mrs. Gene Hagen is general chairman this year. The meeting began with devotions by Mrs. Hagen who read from First Corinthians, 12th Chapter, beginning with the first verse. Trinity Guild members have been invited to attend the luncheon, October 16 to be given by the Presbyterian women and have accepted as a group. A remembrance has been given to their vice president, Mrs. M. M. Campbell, who has gone with members of her family to Los Gatos, Calif., to make her future home. Mrs. Campbell had served the Guild as president and in other capacities. At the beginning of the evening. Mrs. Tan Creti served a dessert of cheescake. spread with a blueberry filling, and coffee. Mrs. Wederath, president, poured. Next month's meeting is to be October 7 with Mrs. Wederath at her home on West Lincoln Highway. Elmer Heimans Joe Schwabes remainder of the trip through Eu-i/'NL^ TI • rope by themselves. They return-j \JDSel "Ve I M © 1 T 25th Anniversary ed t'd the United States by way of j New York on the SS. Queen Mary, arriving in Carroll July 6. MrS. Meyers was introduced by Mrs. W. J. Schleisman, president of the Carroll Council of Catholic Nurses, who conducted the business meeting. , Announcement was On Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Heiman of Route 1, Carroll, were the recipients of a surprise party given by relatives at their home Sunday afternoon in celebration of their 10th wedding anniversary. Cards were played duririg the BREDA - Mr. and Mrs. Joe • afternoon and a buffet supper with Schwabe of Breda were honored! a decorated anniversary cake was by their children Sunday afternoon i served by the visitors. Mr. and with a reception for 90 guests at Mrs. Heiman were presented with Legion Hall, Breda, in celebration j u purse as an anniversary gift, made of a retreat for Catholic, 0 f their 25th wedding anniversary, i In the group of relatives were ity College. Sioux CU^Septe^e^ Mr. and Mrs. dining room reception host and y^o. g Catholic Daughters of Amer-! hostess. Mrs. Glen Stevens had < . ' n „„„„„„„„J OF „ „ QL0FIN „; charge of the guest book. Mr. andt*« a ',^ e ™» n "J""^ • m £ et \ 26. 27, and 28. A delegation from !Mrs .WettHawn. Mrs. Pat Min- i ? f ' hpe J luMbrsM ° rn l% pn fin " * Carroll will attend. The workshop wilf be held Su „J we *^ "b? Mrl Tick «* Mrs. Gerald Dalhoff. day, October 6. following a lunch-; an d Beldora Tacke. c_u....u J Connie's Column toy (^o^^^/^h^^ Hidden Ch««s« Indian Pudding * • Pretty Posies • Easy Ironing Happy Marriage • Syrup Oluks Hidden Delight New kind of cheeseburger you'll enjoy: Make two small meat patties and flatten them out. Put a big slice of Ber* muda onion and*a round slice of smoky cheese on top of one pattie, and clap the other pattie on top. Broil 'em under your good gas broiler... What, no gas broiler? See the won- Ixtra Clean Natural gas gets "washed" on its way to you! It would take an engineer from the Northera Natural Gas Company to tell you exactly how it's done . •. but that*s one of the steps this pipeline supplier puts natural gas through, on its way to your home town and your local gas company. It's your assurance that the gas your local company delivers to your house is cleaner to cook by and better to heat drous collection of new gas with, never making extra ranges at your locol^os housecleaning chores for youl company, Iowa Electric Light & Power Company or gas appliance dealer. • • • Decorator's Delight One or two beautiful flowers are all it takes to make a plain corner a place of beauty! You can purchase these posies from your florist for very little and put 'em Into a graceful pottery vase from the dime store. You'll achieve a wonderful effect! The secrett extra greenery around the single flower... or two flowers cut to different heights. m Made for Each Other Do husbands and wives have to share mutual hobbies to be happy? Maybe you've never sat through a TV wrestling match, yet he wouldn't miss one. Maybe he's never gone to a flower show with you, even when you won first prize. The secret is not to share every interest but to enjoy each other's enjoyment! September Evenings Are a Joy It's nice to step out into the back' yard to be- *j Fun with Fillings! Here's a tasty lunch box sandwich. The filling is for ^ Deviled Ham. Recipe: Combine 1 (4%-qz. can) deviled ham, ft-cup may- inine friendships for her> and a stronger friendship for the two of you. • • • By any Other Name Cute story now going 'round: A young housewife, .giving cooking instructions to a new bride, said "Add five gluks of syrup." ... "For heaven sakes, what are gluks?" asked the bride. "That's easy" replied the housewife. "Just tip the jug till it says 'gluk'. Then do that four more times!" • • • Dryer Tip Starched clothes should be dried in a separate load in your good gas clothes dryer, removed when still slightly damp. They're easier to iron, come out with less wrinkles. If you don't have a gas clothes dryer, you're missing out on today's greatest homemaker help. Find out about it at your local gas company or gas appliance dealer. • • • Shades of the Past Indian pud- * ding, Grand- & ma's favorite! ' Mrs. M. Henton of St. £aul, Minn., heats 4 cups milk until a film forms on top, then gradually stirs in % cup cornmeal. Now cook nihan, Marilyn Johnson, Sondra Sue Doolin and Mrs. Dick Finch were in charge of the gift table. Mrs. Maxwell MacDonald and Mrs. Regina Garland were dining room hostesses. Waitresses were Patty Eason. Ann Legore, Verla Remsberg, Gaye Hoyt, and Romona Happe. Others assisting were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Juergens and Mrs. Lois Beals, Mrs. Emory Terrill, Mrs. Robert Oxenford and Mrs. Virgil Davis, Mrs. Alfred Thompson, Mrs. Warren Robinson, Mrs. Roy Henderson, Mrs. James Hunter, Mrs. Edward Buenneke, Mrs. Sherman Kline, Mrs. Leo Miller, Mrs. Robert Mosier, Mrs. Don Baker and Mrs. Charles Hanna. * # * For travel the bride chose a navy blue silk shantung costume suit with empire waistline. Her accessories were white and navy and she wore her white orchid from her bridal bouquet. The couple will be at home after Sept. 5, at 110 Broadway, Monett, Mo. Mrs. Maulin was graduated from Scranton High School and from Stephens College, Columbia, Mo., in- May, 1957. Mr. Maulin was graduated,from Buffalo High School and from the University of Missouri in June, 1957, where he received his B. S. degree in Civil Engineering and his commission of second lieutenant in the U. S. Army. He is now employed by the Missouri High- and white anniversary cake and , , „.. , yellow candles decorated the re- ; ; , ! )hn G ehlin 8.J M /- « nd freshment table. Cake and coffee Mr f Francis Dalhoff and family. eon and program at Hotel Burke. Committees appointed were: Luncheon — Mrs. R. M. Moehn; program — Mrs. L. J. Drees and Mrs. John C. Heider. Decorations — Mrs. Robert Halbur, Mrs. Barney Sharp and Mrs. M. L. Collison. Publicity — Mrs. Virgil Thelen. Reservations — Mrs. Clarence Morman, Mrs., George Neil and Mrs. Oliver Mosman. Hospitality — Mrs. R. J. Ferlic, Mrs. Ed Reardon, Rose and Agnes Finegan. The next meeting will be October 1. Committees will be *an year Opperman Families Hold Reunion at Park Members of the Opperman families held a reunion picnic in Graham Park Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Emil Opperman and Jane; Mr. and Mrs. George Opperman, Mary and Thomas; Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Opperman, Susan, John and Emily; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Opperman and Debbie; Mrs. Amanda Pfoltner, Herman Opperman and Rudle Opperman, all of Manning; Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Ranniger and daughters, Ann and Mary; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd thede and children, Margaret Ann, David and Rebecca; and Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Ranniger. all of Carroll. hold the lovely sky. But onnaise, 2 tbsp, chopped S ? w ty B ? rnn g constantly . . ' . r.~ . Ml minutes Hommm <« AW not if you stepped out to empty the garbage! Even a Nature-loving husband balks at the trip to the garbage can;.. and why not? Today, there's a cleaner, healthier way to dispose of trash and garbage: the modern gas incinerator, is handsome appliance green pepper, 2 tbsp. finely chopped onion, dash of pepper. Makes filling for 4 sandwiches. • • • Popular Daughter? It's fun to have a belle in the family. But if daughter has many more boyfriends than girlfriends, encourage Uvea you endless trips in her to start a *'girls only" I'll;kinds of weather. See club. Help her produce ^ friend'hvneed at your tempting lunches and spe- Itiihl ga$ company or gas cial decorations for her girl nee dealer, "- guests. Result? More fern* C 1M7 by North*™ Natural Oai GoaMity 20 minutes. Remove from heat. Add 2 4 *esp. butter, y 4 pup molasses, Vi cup sugar, # tsp, salt, % tsp, cinnamon, tyt tsp. ginger. Start the gas oven at 325 degrees. Beat 2 eggs till bubbly; stir into mixture gradually. Pour into 1^ qt. greased <baking dish. Cover and bake 2 hours. Cool; serve with ice cream to six people. c YOUR VISION a continuing tsrles of artieln prepared for newspapers as • public service . . . By OR. JAMES R. GREGG, Optometrist What Are the Symptoms Of Eyestrain? "I get a stomach ache every time I read," reported one young housewife, "But, that couldn't be from my eyes." The effects of faulty vision can be widespread, may be far removed from the eyes, of such a vague and general nature as to easily be blamed on something else. Fatigue, listlessness, and wavering attention can all develop when vision is difficult. Symptoms are not always direct and easy to pin down. Blurred vision can even be overlooked. It may develop so gradually as to be scarcely noticed. Small objects become difficult to recognize, the person moves closed to things or tilts his head, constantly adjusts the object to see. When near vision blurs, the likely result is pushing reading farther out. The eyes themselves may hurt, ache, or have stinging pain arpund them. However, the most common symptoms of eye strain are fatigue or headache. Location of the httdsche will net slono ••II if vision Is the caust. Almost any type of headache can come from poor eyesight. Dininosi, nautoa, and car slcknott often heve • visual basis, A "pulling" sensation in the eyes, tension in head and neck muscles, sometimes extending down the back can come from some types of ocular muscle disturbance. The eyes may become red, even itch and burn, as a result of efforts to see. Similar symptoms can come from other disorders. When produced by defective vision, the symptoms generally follow Intense use of the eyes, disappear after rest. However, the threshold for visual discomfort is very low for some people, and their symptoms may develop from what seems to be very little visual activity. Copyright, 1958 Vlilon Conwv»Uon ln»tUuU. Sponsored for Public Information by the Following Optometrists Dr, RwW. Hinion Dr, O. M. O'Connor Dr. John E. Martin Schwabe and Donna Schwabe, as- °™ ha: » nd ., J ,? e .P a ^ off sisted bv Mrs. Jim Schwabe and and {am . , , 1Jy ' Ca " ol J' a " d the HeI : Mrs Orville Geler daughters and man chlldren . Jud y. Dann y * nd Der i. ^ommiuees win oe • an-. , ,/' v . ,c , u . "« u s"«=it. «IHI „ . nounced for the remainder of the daughters-in-law of the guests of j ^" Sl y. honor. Several beautiful flower ar- . . rangements by Mrs. Loyal Buxton, | Joseph Dentlingei* S iaf&JfSK? oth " t8bles | Birthday Celebrated Members of the Joseph Dentlinger family gathered at the Southside Park Sunday for a picnic dinner in honor of their father's 70th ... . p> . i v*i i ibirthday. They presented him with Monday Bridge Club !a gift and a decorated birthday Meets at Hotel Burke i caTkhee group included: n •fe NEWLYWEDS . . . . Myra Kay Meeves, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Meeves. of Manning and James Wittrock, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Wittrock, Man-, nlngv were married In Sacred Heart Church, Manning, August 31 by the Rev. Thomas Molloy. They are now at home In Manning. (Paige & Paige Photo) Mr. and Mrs. Schwabe were presented with many anniversary gifts. Mrs. John Minchen was a guest of Mrs.. W. J. Wieland, table hostess, at a luncheon meeting of the Monday Bridge Club. Monday afternoon, at Hotel Burke. The luncheon table was decorated with a bouquet of garden roses. High score prize was won-- by Mrs. O. C. Morrison and second high by Mrs. Dan Hanssen. Mrs. Minchen was presented with a guest gift. Mrs. E. A. Wissler will be table- hostess at the next meeting. CARYQ^ANT DEBORAH KERR AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER ' GNBMASCOPC : cetoi ky.ei wxi • Now thru Wod. • Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dentlinger and family, Mr. and Mrs. Al Dentlinger and family, Westside; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Daniel and family, Lidderdale; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Friedman and family, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Schreck and family. Willey, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dentlinger and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Badding and family, Arcadia. CARROLL OUTDOOR THEflUJF • Now thru Wed. • 2 - BIG HITS - 2 "Flesh and the Spur" — PLUS — "Naked Paradise" In Color Open 7:00 p. m. Just Across the Street Northwest Of the Hotel Burk* New and exciting gifts arriving daily . . . shop early for th« unusual. Our newest arrivals are these TRAY KARDS by H0UZE ART. Give them as bridge prizes Qr e^ahge^ifts^. ,-They,may be used as ash trays or candy dishes. , , _,, , „i ; From 80s to $1.00 y. , in in4ivi4u AI nailing; carton*. CORN 'BUtK& GJVEN "TOH E^H PURCHASE

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